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I do also follow a few authors on Tumblr, however I've so far found that they seem to focus more on soft-core porn than book promoting. I looked more if you liked this you would like that. Now that I've got authors or publishers I like I tend to rely more on their newsletters but I still discover new people that way but I hardly every pick up a book now just because it's free.

I'm much picker now.

I try to keep up with the publishing schedules of all my authors but for new ones I will usually do a search on ARE or use listopia on GR. I used to buy mostly through Amazon which managed to figure out the books that I like and so they came to me as suggestions. I rarely saw things that didn't appeal to me.

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So I assume their algorithms helped to sift through and give me what would most appeal and most are usually fairly new releases. I usually bookmark an authors website whether I receive a newsletter or not if I like their books. That way I get the most up to date info on my favorite authors; this also helps introduce me to new authors they feature on their website.

I'm sure Facebook and Twitter are good ways to find out information, but I don't have accounts for either one so that doesn't really help me much.


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Sometimes I discover new releases while searching Amazon. For me, the best way to find out if my favorite authors have any new releases is by checking out their websites. I love it when authors post info on their sites and keep them updated like you do. Jambrea is my book pimp - I get a lot of recommendations and know about new books coming out from her. Most all comes from websites from RSS updates thru Feedly. Aunt Lynn's "Reviews by Jessewave". I generally check a prospective novel against Goodreads. I prefer buying my books via Amazon kindle to keep my library in one place. Your blog is one of the few author blogs I grab thru Feedly.

Mostly through review blog websites that talk about upcoming releases or reviews.

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My authors that I follow when they have guess authors on there blog. My main focus is FB groups with people that love the same genre's I do. Okay, really - just ONE genre! Word of mouth means a lot to me. Thanks for this post - now I have new areas to check. New York Times book section every Sunday. Publishers Weekly book review section. Often buy a book I have edited, if I've loved it while working on it, then I read it later. I also wander around bookshops, see what I can find in certain sections. There are particular authors that I read everything they write.

For these I follow their coming soon pages on their websites so that I know when they have books due for release. When my friends talk about something good, I go take a look. And a very dear friend of mine send her my books to read for free..

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    The Interview Where do you get your ideas for sex scenes? LGBT friends? Personal experience? All of the above! Actually, more from anecdotes and experience than from porn. My imagination is a far more interesting place ; That said, the vintage smut photographs I post on my blog have definitely given me a few ideas—especially the amusing ones! Tetley's or PG Tips? I like tea to be strong but not stewed. I had to eat raw coffee beans in the end, I was that desperate for my caffeine fix! The best thing has to be the wonderfully supportive community of readers and writers. What inspires you?

    Anything and everything! Anecdotes are probably my favourite, though. I have two friends in particular, and every time I visit them I end up scrawling something new in my notebook that I just HAVE to use some day. The Book. Managing the annual Bath Christmas Market—which involves long hours in the cold and a whole lot of hassle—will secure the promotion he needs to afford to move out of his noisy, top-floor flat.

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    Where not even his balcony is safe from an aggressive herring gull. The last stallholder he expects to see is his ex. Riley never recovered from their break up, and five years on the old chemistry still sparkles. So does their habitual head butting. Stan never wanted to leave the love of his life, but the pull of the woods was too strong—and Riley was firmly planted in the city.

    Reconnecting is painful, but Stan still jumps at the chance to stay with his old flame during the Market. And damn the consequences. As the weeks pass, the two grow closer than ever. But despite scorching sex and cozy intimacy, they both know they face a cold and lonely future.

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      This is an example of what I pin on the wall in front of me. Eli L Sanne posted a question on Facebook:. To the authors out there. I love watching your posts here as you write and seeing how things evolve. So I have some questions First, do you start with the characters or a story idea?

      Second, do you sketch out the characters and know who they are before you write. Third, how do you know how important your secondary characters will be Fourth, do you follow your notes from A to Z OR do you allow the characters to evolve and guide the story. My answer which was instant and without thought was: I totally make it all up as I go along I don't plan I do research, and if I am writing a series book I have a sheet on the wall detailing characters from previous books, and scenes, and places Then after I posted, I thought about the question, then decided a blog post on the subject may be more in order Always a story idea.

      I have this epic post apocalypse story in my head born from reading National Geographic and the idea is a whole new world and I have the story in my head. Because of the story I am interested in writing I need two main characters who would live in this new world. They need to be different to other characters, resilient, brave, and hardy. I will go and look for stock site inspiration and photos will literally jump out at me. I have nothing besides maybe eye colour, hair colour, height.

      My characterisation evolves as I write, and very often something I write in Chapter 4 may mean going back to Chapter 1 and amending wording in order that later actions are telegraphed in character. I do however, sketch out maps, like for the airport in Sanctuary 7, or as above for the Gallows Tree where I sketched out where things were in the village. Third, how do you know how important your secondary characters will be.