Everyone knows I love a blogfest, especially when there's swag! Swag, in this case, is a critique, and who wouldn't benefit from a pair of fresh eyes clapped to his or her manuscript? Certainly not I. So with no further blabbering, here's my entry for the Show Me The Voice Blogfest hosted by the lovely … Continue reading Show Me the Voice Blogfest
It's been a while since I did a blogfest. I'm gearing up to publish my work under my & my friend Jinx's imprint, Running Ink Press, and figured these are a great way to deliver into the hands of my potential readership a little teaser to entice them to purchase my work when it's done. … Continue reading Broken Heart Blogfest
With no further hesitation, I aim the gun and pull on the trigger. Nothing happens.
Welcome to my contribution for Tales from the Sidelines Blogfest, hosted by Cheree Smith at Justified Lunacy. I hope you enjoy this excerpt--in spite of the fact that it was supposed to be under 1,000 words. I can never seem to manage that...
[tweetmeme source="SharonGerlach" only_single=false service="bit.ly"] Yeah yeah--another blogfest. Deal. I LOVE these things! I admit a lot of it is because they drive traffic to my blog, but even more importantly, they allow me to connect with other writers who are often willing to help me kill my darlings and zap my run-on sentences. This blogfest--the … Continue reading Character Interview Blogfest
Welcome to my offering for the Dream Sequence Blogfest. This excerpt is from my first novel The Wyckham House, a paranormal romance currently in its second draft & editing stage. I hope you enjoy--it's very long, but feel free to stop reading whenever you want. 😉 Be sure to visit the other participants of The … Continue reading The Dream Sequence Blogfest
“Well, don’t hurl on the table. It will ruin my appetite, and like every other woman in the world, I eat when I’m stressed, so I’m really jonesing for a chicken fried steak.”
And God knows what comes over me. Call it a random act of boldness if you will. I reach out and take his hand...