Some time ago, I wrote an article about "Perceptions of Romance" for a friend of mine, Sandra Ruttan. Sandra, in addition to being the author of a newly published crime fiction novel -- SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES -- is also a kick-ass blogger and and editor for SPINETINGLER.
SPINETINGLER's March edition went live last night and my article is in it!
Also, I don't sound like an idiot!
I fiddled and fiddled with that article and finally sent it off to Sandra, praying I didn't sound like a complete bubble-headed moron, and I don't!
However, enough about me (ok, not really, but I *am* capable of focusing elsewhere for short periods of time). SPINETINGLER is amazing! There's a lot of really great short fiction -- the kind that curls your hair and gives you the most delicious heebie-jeebies -- as well as interviews with some great crime fiction authors and reviews of their books.
A highly recommended read. I plan to take my time and enjoy this magazine from e-cover to e-cover.
Congratualtions on the articel. I'm going to read it right now!!
What a fantastic article, Sela!! Very well written and informative.
Nice article. I'm glad to see it in Spinetingler. Too many romance authors write stuff like this for romance audiences, essentially preaching to the choir.
As in the old Air Force song,
"My eyes are dim, I cannot see
I haven't brought my specs with me."
I can't find your article in Spinetingler.
If you have time, gimme a page number or a link.
I'm really interested in reading it.
It's near the end of the magazine, Ivan. Page 146, I believe.
Yes, Jaye. I don't think romance writers need to be convinced, really. It was nice to talk to a different audience for a change.
Shouldn't be news to you, Sela, but you sure know how to write an essay.