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Writing Roots

So I found a picture of little me, developing a passion for writing while rockin’ the 80’s fashion.  You can see from my technique that I was destined for great things.

Writing roots

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AI Romance Authors

robot romance author

So apparently artificial intelligence took a shot at writing romance, and the hilarious results indicate that metal brains will not be taking over my writing genre anytime soon.

Check out this article written by Elle O’Brien, filled with the most “romantic” titles robots could come up with.

Enjoy!

My “Office”

Today’s writing space. 💕 Working on my next paranormal romance novel!  

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The Grimm Curse Fun Fact IV

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THE GRIMM CURSE Fun Fact: This is how my workspace looked when I started writing The Grimm Curse. By the end, it looked almost the same, except it had empty chocolate wrappers everywhere, tons of paper on every surface, empty wine bottles under the desk, and a dent in the wall where I would sometimes bang my head.

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The Grimm Curse Fun Fact III

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Bridge of Lies, Sibiu, Transylvania (photo via Google)

 

THE GRIMM CURSE Fun Fact: The Bridge of Lies in the novel refers to a real, actual bridge in Sibiu, Transylvania. One legend says, if you tell a lie while on the bridge, it calls your punk-ass out by groaning, creaking, and sometimes…for the big lying liars…it even quakes. I don’t know about you, but there are a few people I’d like to drag up on that bridge. BONUS TRUE FACT: My ancestors were from this area.

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Bridge of Lies (photo via google)

 

 

The Grimm Curse Fun Fact II

THE GRIMM CURSE Fun Fact: The spell I created in Chapter 16 can be a legit spell! I researched, translated, and referenced each ingredient used, to correspond with the desired outcome of the spell. For instance, in ancient times, “Dew of Sea” was used to drive away negative spirits. In modern times we just call it “rosemary.” That spell was a bitch to create. I’m a writer, not a poet! 😜

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The Grimm Curse Fun Fact I

THE GRIMM CURSE Fun Fact: During one of my all-nighters, the dog and I split a pound of bacon at four a.m. while I wrote. And by “split” I mean “I ate 95% of it.” I don’t even like bacon! Get your copy of THE GRIMM CURSE today!

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