This is a wonderful opportunity to meet 21 local Bay Area authors and get some Christmas shopping done, too! These authors of fiction and nonfiction will share their work, their processes, and their inspirations. Come support our talented neighbors and find out what's happening in the local literary community! Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, San… Continue reading Join me at LocalLit 2018!
As you know, my latest novel, ALOHA SPIRIT, is finished and being queried to agents. Time to begin researching novel #6! For both UNDER THE ALMOND TREES and ALOHA SPIRIT, I used women in my family as inspiration. There are several other interesting stories in my family tree, and I want to see which one interests… Continue reading What would YOU like to read?
I love to cook. When I wrote Under the Almond Trees, it was important to me that the family had a special almond recipe. I used almond cake throughout the novel even though I had never even tasted it! This summer I vowed to remedy this lack and bake an almond cake. I found several… Continue reading Almond Cake
Today I did one of my favorite author things--I spoke to 240 kids at the Career Tech Summer Academy. I spoke for half an hour to students ranging from 4th to 6th graders, telling them about me, my books, and being an author. Then I answered questions. Any teacher knows that when you open up… Continue reading Questioning
This week’s Author-Go-Round interview with Nina Day Gerard may answer some of the questions you’ve always wanted to ask about romance writing…but were afraid to ask! Welcome, Nina! Q: How did you become a romance writer? A: I gave myself the title Accidental Romance Writer. I’ve been writing stories since I was in the third… Continue reading Author-go-Round: Nina Day Gerard