Becoming a Fantasy Romance Heroine

Dear Readers,

I apologize for my absence. I’ve been writing, rewriting according to the editor, and writing some more. It’s paying off because I have two books coming out before the year is done! Get ready for Halloween with my Contemporary Romance Masked Hearts, arriving on ebookshelves October 1!

And now, on with the blog:

It may appear that I’ve dropped the blog series: Becoming a Romance Heroine, but that’s not the case at all. Despite writing like mad, I’ve been trying to do it fashionably. Even my hairdresser was commenting about how great my hair is now…but that was probably for sales since I’ve been buying expensive product from her 😛

But today’s post is not about hair. It’s about becoming a Fantasy Romance Heroine. Fantasy Heroines are often either swordswomen or sorceresses. When my lover told me he was taking me to a renaissance fair this summer, I immediately went out in search of a sorceress costume. I have a weakness for magic.

One of the great things about being a sorceress at a ren fair is I could have cool nails with flowers and hearts. I think all sorceresses should have awesome manicures, especially if they shoot magic out of their fingertips instead of a wand.

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How would you do your nails if you were a fantasy heroine?

Come back tomorrow to see my fantastique hair designs!

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