Peter Kavinsky Isn’t the First Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky Isn’t the First Peter Kavinsky

If you've been on Facebook or Twitter in the past few weeks, odds are you've seen something about Peter Kavinsky and how awesome he is. Even YouTube is packed with videos talking about him and To All the Boys I've Loved Before. And rightfully so. I mean, if you've...

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Fisking That RWA LTA Speech

For those of us in the romance community, last week was one of our traditionally big weeks, as the annual Romance Writer’s of America convention was held in Denver. On Thursday evening RWA held the RITAs, which is basically romance’s version of the Oscars or Grammys....

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Real Talk, Y’all

I've recently had some people ask me where I've been and when I would have a new book ready, and when I realized it's been a year since I released Dallas' Most Eligible I figured I probably owed at least somewhat of an explanation as to why I haven't released anything...

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Depression and the Creative Process

When I sat down in January and looked at the 2017 calendar, I'd fully expected to release the first book in the Texas Wranglers Series this week or next in honor of the beginning of baseball season. What I hadn't planned on was one of the worst depression cycles I've...

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Aubrey’s Lucky Venison Chili

I know, I know, it's been a while since I last blogged. I would say I'm sorry about that, but it's been either write books or blogs, I figured y'all would prefer me working on the former rather than the latter. 😉 At any rate, here I am today, which something that's...

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On Freedom of Speech

As a writer and former journalist, freedom of speech is something that I hold very, very dear. I'm lucky to have been born American (and especially a Texan *wink*), because we have these great things called the Constitution and Bill of Rights, and this even more...

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The Call

When I first started looking at how to become a published author (way back in high school), one of the things I would sometimes read about was getting The Call. For an author, that meant getting a phone call from New York (most likely), and being told your book was...

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Indie Publishing: One Year In

One year ago today, I became an indie author and published Between the Seams. At that time I had no idea what the next day or month would bring, much less the next year. I have to say, it's been an interesting ride. For anyone who's thinking about indie publishing, or...

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