Editor, take a bow.

Back in 2011 I worked with my first editor. It was my book, Drama Queens with Love Scenes, which had not only been professionally assessed three times when I scored my initial publishing contract, but had been developed over eight drafts over as many years. This is not uncommon for first novels. I was assigned erotic writer and …

A Scriverner Newbie

For my birthday I treated myself to Scriverner after an author friend raved about it. For those who don't know it, it's software for writers. I'm still a newbie, but I can already see that Scriverner and I are going to be great friends. In the past I'd find photos to represent my characters and write …

Lunch with Writers

This is really a post about self-publishing versus traditional publishing, but saying I caught up with my favourite dirty old man and one of the few mm romance authors who lives down-under, well, it just sounds better as a blog title. Max Vos is one of self-publishing's successes, writing gay male erotica for an eager audience. …