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10 cool things about writing science fiction romance #SFR #amwriting #Tuesday10

There’s a lot of great things about being an author in general (it’s actually my dream job), but science fiction romance in particular has a lot going for it. Here are 10 fun reasons to write SFR: 1. You can … Continue reading

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Naughty Words for Nice Writers now on #Kobo, #iBooks, #Nook (Amazon, too).

Naughty Words for Nice Writers, A Romance Novel Thesaurus is now available in ebook on Kobo, Nook and iTunes! Previously, Naughty Words was only available in Kindle and paperback on Amazon and paperback on Barnes & Noble. Naughty Words for … Continue reading

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Naming romance novel characters: S is for irony

Girls just wanna have fun. Or this author does anyway. There is humor in most of my romances, but I’m writing the Alien Mate series specifically to be funny. The trope –Earth women becoming the ‘mail order’ brides of aliens–is … Continue reading

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Organized clutter…the office of author Eve Langlais #AuthorsInSpace

By Eve Langlais My office is in my house on the main floor. It used to be the combined living room dining room space. Since we never used it, it became my office. Now the family congregates in the family … Continue reading

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The challenge of creating alien main characters in science fiction romance #scifirom #PetsinSpace #cyborg

“I think if we Terrans had met the Farian people before our languages evolved, we’d use to the word Farian to mean beauty.” – Benson Vincere, Hunted by the Cyborg Aliens as secondary characters are fun and easy to develop … Continue reading

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Grim, #PetsInSpace author M.K. Eidem shows off her inspiring office…#AuthorsInSpace

By M.K. Eidem I love my office although according to my son I ‘kicked’ him out to have it. Yes, it’s his old bedroom but it is the largest one in the house besides the master. The first pic is … Continue reading

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An antique desk, tchotchkes, and cats highlight Veronica Scott’s office #AuthorsInSpace #PetsInSpace

By Veronica Scott The desk I use for my writing belonged to my great grandmother in the late 1800’s and was passed down to me by my grandmother. I still have the key! And when I unlocked the drop front … Continue reading

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NY Times bestselling author S.E. Smith takes you into her ‘author cave’ #AuthorsInSpace, #PetsInSpace

By Susan Smith There are many things I endeavor to do during my day – cleaning my office is not one of them. I live in a small house – the same one we purchased thirty-one years ago and raised … Continue reading

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Carol Van Natta’s office comes with a ‘pet tax’ #AuthorsInSpace #PetsInSpace

By Carol Van Natta Since they won’t allow me up on the space station, I primarily write my science fiction and fantasy stories in my house. My basement office has the best equipment, especially when I’m working on cover designs … Continue reading

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Jessica Subject shows off her redesigned office #AuthorsInSpace #PetsInSpace #scifirom

By Jessica Subject My office was redesigned for me by my husband a couple years ago. It wasn’t an inviting space before, but now its walls are a pale blue and decorated with a couple of my framed covers. One … Continue reading

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