Welcome Guest Author Tamara LeBlanc!

Thank you so much for having me on your wonderful blog, Pam! I’m thrilled to be here today in order to let your followers know a little about myself and my new book available now in print and e-book formats. I’m a fiction writer and author of contemporary, paranormal and historical romances layered with eroticism […]

Things I Learned at the 2014 Moonlight & Magnolias Conference

I got step-by-step directions on how to create an author website on WordPress. I heard some great tips on how to write for the young adult market. I learned how to create great characters and how to add more conflict to my stories and how to revise them once they are finished. And I discovered […]

2013 Moonlight & Magnolias Conference

I have been so busy the past couple of weeks that I have neglected to share the outcome of Georgia Romance Writers annual Moonlight and Magnolias conference. Since Romance Writers of America’s national conference was held in Atlanta in July, this year’s M&M conference was only a two-day event. But it was a jam-packed couple of […]

Love trumps fear. Every time.

There are two basic motivating forces: fear and love. When we are afraid, we pull back from life. When we are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with passion, excitement, and acceptance. We need to learn to love ourselves first, in all our glory and our imperfections. If we cannot […]

GOOD NEWS!

I just found out that my Young Adult manuscript is a finalist in the Georgia Romance Writers 2013 Unpublished Maggie Awards for Excellence. I am still in shock! Winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony during Georgia Romance Writers Moonlight and Magnolias 2013 conference on October 5, 2013. First place winners receive the Maggie Award […]

It’s not about the destination

Ann Hood and Pam Asberry I’m still trying to figure out who I am as a writer. But every time I put myself out there I feel that I get a little closer to my destination. Saturday, for example, I subjected the first twenty-five pages of last November’s NaNoWriMo manuscript to a critique from a […]

Eye on the Prize

Jane Porter, Pam Asberry, Tanya Michaels I didn’t think Saturday would ever get here. But it finally did, and I got a dose of much needed inspiration and camaraderie at this month’s Georgia Romance Writers meeting. First, we hard author Jane Porter speak. She shared Ten Keys to Success and Survival: What Every Romance Author […]

Digging Deep

I had a blast last Saturday at the January meeting of the Georgia Romance Writers. For the first time ever, I saw my name on the cover of a paperbound book, the Petit Fours and Hot Tamales romance anthology Seasons and Seashells. I was practically jumping up and down when our editor Linsey Lanier delivered […]

I Write Because I Am

Pam Asberry and Jana Oliver Saturday I attended the monthly meeting of George Romance Writers. Jana Oliver was our featured speaker. She provided the kick in the pants I needed. Since mid-November, when I dropped the ball on NaNoWriMo, I have been in a real writing slump. January and February are always busy months for me professionally. […]