Monday, December 10, 2007


Confessing my inexplicable predjudices over at Six Degrees of Sexy. Please feel free to leave me a slap upside the head or comment on my ignorance ;)


Amy Ruttan said...


Wylie Kinson said...


Christine d'Abo said...

Great article Wylie. :)

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Think of it this way, babe. The best characters grow and change. That's one of the reasons we read the book or series or what have you.

Thus, you're a character in your own life. You, too, can grow and change.

Or Amy can slap you around some more. Your pick.

Anonymous said...

I liked your article, too, Wylie! :) It's always a joy to discover a new writer to enjoy.

Guess what, my friend... I tagged you for a meme. It's a writer's meme, and I'm sure you'll have fun with it! :)

Wylie Kinson said...

TL - thanks! I'll check it out for post later this week. And TL, you'd really enjoy Molly's book.

SHG - always the voice of wisdom!! And Amy scares me.

Shelley Munro said...

I started out trying to write for Harlequin because that's what all my friends were writing. I don't fit the box very well, and I have to agree the Harlequin books are amazing with really tight writing but full of emotion. They're very hard to write! I can't do it.
Have you heard about the contest Harlequin are holding for Presents/Extra Modern lines at the moment? Check out the IHeartPresents blog or I have an older post on my blog. I think it's titled Instant Seduction.