I have a couple of stories up on the interactive fiction mobile app Dorian. One is the interactive version of my novel The Billionaire’s Price and the other …
My steamy billionaire romance series L.A. Players will be featured in the Radish fiction app Gift Box starting 12pm EST today, February 15 until February 18.
An Unexpected Guest It was the insistent tapping sound that woke Ines Andrada up. Blinking at the morning sunshine that assaulted her eyes, she looked around to discover …
“It’s Alexa, isn’t it?” Darien Lee asked, looking her up and down. His expression was unreadable. Alexa raised her eyebrows. Darien knew damn well who she was, she’d …
I interview romance author Mina V. Esguerra about her writing process and how she manages to hit her word count goals. We also go in-depth about her difficulties with her latest book Kiss and Cry (which is available now so go get it). While we chatted, we had a yummy lunch at Mom and Tina’s in Greenhills on the Lunar New Year (yes this episode is super late sorry).
“Did you get a new job?” Hayley said. She herself hadn’t any luck finding part-time work. And it had to be part-time. She couldn’t afford to leave the job she already had.
Jenna gave a dismissive wave of her hand, before plopping down on a well-worn armchair. They’d picked it up off the street two years ago, where someone had abandoned it. “Nah,” she said. “I have something better.” She pointed her phone she was clutching to Hayley’s open laptop sitting on the coffee table. “You didn’t get my email, did you?”
“Huh?” Hayley felt a twinge of alarm. Jenna sent her an email? An actual old-fashioned email? Not Twitter or Facebook or any of a million other social media accounts she managed?
“Go on! Open it!” Jenna was bouncing in her seat. Obviously annoyed at her friend’s slowness in opening her email, she moved to sit beside Hayley on the couch.
“Okay, okay.” Hayley opened her email. “What’s this?”
“It’s an invite. I got it an hour ago. I’m allowed to bring a friend, although we have to pay for two tickets.”
“Sugar Rush?” Hayley scanned the email. It looked like some kind of party. For people looking for arrangements. “Is this a business networking thing?”
I chatted with Chi Yu Rodriguez at Starbucks on Matalino about how she finished a book in full-day writing sessions, and why being an #OwnVoices author writing bisexual …
What am I worried about? It’s a Saturday. My boss is on his way to his mother’s house. I could use his beautiful office bathroom without anyone finding out. Besides, it’s his fault I’m in this mess in the first place. If I put everything back to where I found them, he wouldn’t suspect I’ve even been in here.
Happy new year! In this episode I explain why AfA episode 4 is super late, and what I’ve been doing on the last day of 2018. We also have the second part of my interview with Liana Smith Bautista at the Books & Brews Cafe. We chatted about fanfiction and the communities around them, and more writing productivity tools.
It’s Day 2 of National Novel Writing Month! Have you been able to hit your daily writing targets? If so, congratulations.