I'm guest-blogging with the fabulous, prolific, and astonishingly energetic Emily Bryan today about choosing character names. It's one of my favorite occupations! Now, titles I'm not crazy about -- in fact, I don't usually have a title until a book is finished, if then -- but names are a lot of fun. To toss in your two cents worth, go here.
Found out this morning that I was interviewed last night. Twilight Zone music playing...
Every interviewer's questions are different! David Wisehart's were easy and fun to answer, and I like the look of his site -- clean and uncluttered -- and he has a lot of interesting interviews there. Thank you, David!
Today I'm a guest at the Romance Bandits talking about how much fun it is writing about heroines who do things I can't. (Such as landscaping, fabric design, costume construction...) Fortunately, there are many, many more things I can't do, so I have fodder for plenty of stories. :)
Pop over there to see some examples of the work of Australian artist Dale Rollerson, whose fabric was the inspiration for the dress made by Rose, the heroine of Tastes of Love & Evil.