Chat with Lucy and other romance readers & authors on Lucy Monroe’s Book Nook, her reader group on FB. This is the first place you’ll hear about openings on her ARC team, what she’s working on and what’s coming next. Everyone is encouraged to share what they’re reading, their hobbies and how they are doing.
I sold my first book in Sept 2002 (it was published Oct 2003). I hadn’t even heard of NaNoWriMo at that point, but I did hear about it the next year and, and the year after and the year after that, so on and so on. I never felt compelled to participate. I was already
My book storage room is getting seriously full and I was thinking of what I could do with all these author copies that are just stacking up now that I no longer run monthly contests. And I thought, maybe I could finish off 2020 by doing some good. So, here’s the deal. This is *not*
I haven’t done a regular newsletter in a while, so I went to the source to figure out what I should include in it nowadays. I asked readers and other authors what they wanted to see in an author newsletter (or what they included in their own). There were some nearly unanimous elements suggested/requested: Info
AFTER THE BILLIONAIRE’S WEDDING VOWS FEB 2021 Harlequin Presents/M&B Modern Can this Greek marriage go the distance? Find out in this passionate and dramatic romance by USA TODAY bestselling author Lucy Monroe! First came passion, then came vows… What comes after “I do”? Greek tycoon Andros Kristalakis knew that his white-hot whirlwind romance with Polly
I’ve been listening to Neil Gaiman’s MasterClass on Genre Fiction and it’s got me thinking. Probably because so much of what he has said in his other courses struck a chord with me, I found it double disconcerting to be caught up short by his definition of genre fiction. Loosely stated, he says he had
Anyone who knows me well, knows I love to mentor and to teach. My agoraphobia had already curtailed my opportunities to do so (limiting my travel to the few months of summer when it’s most under control) when COVID-19 hit. And I realized I could keep mentoring if I was willing to put myself out