By Elizabeth Shore Remember right around this time last year when many of us were more than ready to kick the hot mess of 2016 to the curb? Don’t blink, but we’re now practically through 2017. While this year has had its share of crap, there’s positive momentum as we’re heading into the home stretch.
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By Elizabeth SaFleur It’s Throwback Thursday, and we’re putting up popular posts for your enjoyment. Below is a blog post that first appeared on our LadySmut Romance Blog Facebook page. Give the page a “like” if you haven’t done so and never miss our shenanigans. The Author Witness Protection Program and Other Writerly Secrets Ever
by Kiersten Hallie Krum Okay, the causing trouble aspect might be a wee bit subjective, but Madeline Iva came home from the Washington Romance Writers Blogger and Reader Luncheon with a bag of (very cool) skull jewelry, so really, anything goes. But you, lovely Lady Smutters, already knew that. Last week, I posted about how our
by Kiersten Hallie Krum From time to time, we here at Lady Smut step away from our laptops, peek cautiously out the door, and venture out into the real world. Okay, not really. We tend to go charging out into trouble. Making it if we can’t find it, because what fun is that? It occurred to
by Isabelle Drake I’m not so great at reading my own writing aloud. Sure, I’ve done it. For small groups, large groups, for college credit, and a couple weeks ago, for fun. For fun? Well, sort of. Partly for fun, partly out of curiosity and well, yeah, I also did it for promotion. Promotion! Marketing!
Note from Kiersten: In keeping with my unofficial military theme these past weeks, I invited military romance writer Jessica Scott to guest post at Lady Smut today. I first became aware of Jessica when she was serving in Iraq and Sarah Wendell from Smart Bitches, Trashy Books put together a book drive to send romance novels