A fascinating interview/discussion of Daphne Du Maurier and her work. I have several of her novels (waiting to be read), but oddly enough, I don’t own a single one of the books discussed here.
Of course, my favourite will always be “Rebecca.”
The Best Books of Daphne Du Maurier
Now available in paperback!! #romance #newadult #HEA
“The third part was the part that I liked the most. In the third part of the book Jon and Becca deal with loss and struggle with their relationship after that. There story has ups and downs and truly fate brings both bad and good and I was rooting for these two to come out on top.” – Amazeballs Book Addicts
Source: Fate Cuts Both Ways by Barbara L.B. Storey
Two new authors signed by Tree District Books!! One of them happens to be my very good friend, Carla Coles! And the other is Sarah Hannock!
Can’t wait for their books to debut!
#newauthorsigning #writers#publishing #excitingstuff #TreeDistrictBooks
Tree District Books Signs Two More Authors!
Next week – it’s so exciting!!
I LOVE inspirational quotes, words from those who’ve made the journey and have insights to share. So Mondays will be my day to share them here on the blog (though I’m not saying they won’t creep in on other days, too!)
This one is from the Advice to Writers site, which I recommend highly – you can find them here and on Twitter here.
Happy Monday, and happy writing this week!
“The most important thing is you can’t write what you wouldn’t read for pleasure. It’s a mistake to analyze the market thinking you can write whatever is hot. You can’t say you’re going to write romance when you don’t even like it. You need to write what you would read if you expect anybody else to read it.
And you have to be driven. You have to have the three D’s: drive, discipline and desire. If you’re missing any one of those three, you can have all the talent in the world, but it’s going to be really hard to get anything done.”