I’m over at Heart-Shaped Glasses today blogging about the benefits of writing groups. I’ve been part of my critique group for years and those are some seriously awesome women. Here’s a taste of that post.

Here at Heart-Shaped Glasses, we’re not just author’s who blog together, we’re family.

We started as a private online critique group which has evolved into so much more. Yes, there’s critiquing, which is invaluable. Especially when it’s from people who focus just as much with what’s right as what’s not working. I trust these ladies with my precious stories, I trust their experience, which probably (added together) is a lifetime of writing…

To read more, visit Heart-Shaped Glasses. I’d love to hear your opinion on/experience with writing groups.

HSG3Today, I’m blogging over at Heart-Shaped Glasses about how my own family traditions for the holidays have changed over the years. I used to be a people pleaser and once drove over six hours, in one day, to eat dinner twice, with a ten-month-old baby.

Yeah, that happened. Read what I finally figured out–it took me a while. Slow learner over here.

I’m blogging over at Heart-Shaped Glasses today about the first book I read that made me want to write romance. It was a Jennifer Crusie book where the heroine can’t…um, finish up what she and the hero start. If you know what I mean. (I feel like I should be winking suggestively here.)

Please go check it out and say hi!

Storytelling to Take Your Breath Away