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My 10 Rules for Success

From time to time, I take a moment to reflect where I’m at in my life and where I want to go. During one of these reflections, I read about habits of successful people. You should know I define success not only as financial stability, but also about our journey as individuals and what we

The Fab Five is Fabulous!

I joined WisRWA in January of 2014. I can honestly say, it was one of the smartest things I did on my bumpy, winding road to publication. Meeting fellow writers, industry professionals, and taking countless workshops on the romance genre all contributed to what successes I have had. The most valuable of all that WisRWA

WisRWA Write Touch Conference 2019: My Review

Let me start out by stating the thought of going to a three-day conference, by myself, without really knowing anyone else scared me silly. I’m relatively new to WISRWA, having moved from the metro Detroit area four years ago. But…I’m so happy I stepped outside my comfort zone and decided to make the investment in

How Attending the WisRWA Write Touch Conference was like Writing a Romance Novel

Everywhere I looked, a potential story scene loomed. Who was she meeting in that corner room? Why is she rocking out in front of everyone with her happy dance? That's what attending the Write Touch Conference did to me. It inspired me to be creative and share my tales through the power of the written

Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?

Imagine this scenario. A young woman has been asked out, repeatedly, by the same young man. Whenever she bumps into him in their small town, he asks her out again. She keeps saying no. He's pressed her for a reason, and she's told him that she just isn't interested in dating him. She doesn't want

The Things I Didn’t Do

Like most writers I know, I collect inspiring/encouraging quotes and keep them where I can see them in my office. Somehow, these quotes and thoughts are shortcut reminders of various attitudes and qualities we need as writers: determination, persistence, fired up creativity, the courage to dream big, making course corrections, and so on. You probably

By |2019-12-31T18:10:20+00:00April 24th, 2019|Categories: Writing Craft|Tags: , |3 Comments

Will writing in different genres kill your career?

I’d just finished reading a passage of my WIP to my writing group, and one member was like, “Wow, Dave, it’s amazing to see you write a book with no sex or swearing.” And I was like, “Hell-o. My Fairy Dogmother.” And then everyone in the group was like, “Oh, yeah.” The experience illustrates a

By |2019-12-31T18:10:20+00:00April 17th, 2019|Categories: General, Writing Craft|Tags: |1 Comment

Wisconsin Authors at #WisRWA19

The Write Touch Conference is “Write” Around the Corner. April 4th-7th, talented writers from all over the country will be heading into Milwaukee to hobnob at WisRWA’s Daring and Decadent Conference. We’re excited to show off some of Wisconsin’s home-town writing talents! Amy Reichert, Valerie Biel, Angie Stanton, and Bobbi Dumas will be presenting sessions

By |2019-12-31T18:10:20+00:00March 28th, 2019|Categories: General|0 Comments
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