Friday, March 25, 2011

Kindle Author: Kindle Author Interview: Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Here is an interview where I detail the origin of my award winning Dushau Trilogy, and why it's now on Kindle.

Kindle Author: Kindle Author Interview: Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Friday, March 18, 2011

Kaye Manro Romance Author: Aliens ~ Soul Mates ~ and Sex

Kaye Manro Romance Author: Aliens ~ Soul Mates ~ and Sex This is a Guest post I did for this blog based on a previous Guest post (with a link to it). On #bookmarket chat on Twitter yesterday someone asked how to find really good blogs about BOOKS. Well, Kaye's is one, and you can find many more listed on the side of her blog page.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Writing Student Here Makes Good


I have mentioned Kimber An's first novel being published because she's one of the most dedicated writing students reading my Tuesday posts on  -- here's the item.

Now her second publication is coming out, and it's publication date is my birthday, March 25th!

Here's the message I just got from Kimber An
Crushed Sugar, a prequel novella, by Kimber An will be released on March 25th. It is a short tale of a faint heart, a fair maiden, and a blood-sucking dead guy. Pop over to to learn more!
Thanks again, Ladies! Couldn't have done it without you, especially Jacqueline, who taught me so much. If you haven't already, the rest of yous should pop over to her page.


Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

On Genre - A Lucrative Topic


I've been writing long series of long posts on about how we, as Science Fiction Romance writers, can bring Romance and its cross-sub-genres Paranormal and SF, into the high level of respect among the general public that we think it deserves.

This is a topic Science Fiction fans and writers spend a lot of time on.

Here is an article for you to ponder as you decide how to launch your own career.
One Genre to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them --

Remember bylines become associated with genre, so you may need several bylines in genres to make a living, and another one to gain prestige, if that's what you want. But if you do that, there will come a day when you have to pretend to disparage your genre books, or pretend they aren't yours.

Jacqueline Lichtenberg