Staying Fresh….

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2007 was the year I dipped my foot in the professional publishing pool. I’d been writing for years but knew nothing about how to get into the industry. Now a few years later I’ve been fortunate to learn so much about the ins and outs of publishing.

Am I a pro? No way..Far from it..I continue to learn each and every single day..

Looking back when I first started to publish, there is no doubt about how much everything has changed. There are so many more author’s out there who are trying to get published or publishing books.

With the takeover of ebook readers and epublishing, a lot more people are taking that step to try and live out their dreams of being a published author.

The advice I use to hear was write what you know..Does that still apply? Yes and no…More author’s including myself are venturing out to publish things that we don’t know about. The new challenge is learning more about it so that we get the info right.

I might write erotic romance but I love all different genres, not just contemporary or paranormal. With passing time new and unique genre’s are popping up on the scene and you learn to adapt and go with the flow.

It might be something you never knew about, but find it interesting.

You try to grow as an author and get your ideas on the page, bring to life new stories. Even reinvent old things and make them new and interesting…

Author’s are starting to blend genre’s to mix it up a little.

Our mind is not limited when it comes to creativity.

I wanted to ask, do you think blending genre’s and creating new ones is good for fiction?


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Even Hotter Dads: The DILF Anthology 2
Edited by: Lori Perkins
featuring Breathe Easy by Savannah Chase
Publish Date: June 2011
Publisher: Ravenous Romance
Format: ebook (pdf, prc, epub)
ISBN: 978-1-60777-427-3
Price: $4.99

Nothing is sexier than a man who loves his kids. In this second volume of stories celebrating hot dads, you’ll find young dads and older dads, gay dads and straight dads, vampire dads, a father of the bride, and even, in true Ravenous Romance style, a M/F/M threesome.

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  1. I wanted to say Happy Anniversary and thank you for letting me guest blog today….

  2. I think mixing genres is the best way to keep an author inspired and readers interested.

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  3. I think it’s good, a lot of interesting books and genres have come from that!

    Robin D
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  4. I love all kinds of erotic romances, and blending the genres opens up so many possibilities for interesting storylines.

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  5. @Stacie, I think you are right..A little bit of everything does get you thinking and creating new things.

    @Robin I agree…You discover stuff you might never had the chance to…Even if by accident.

    @CathyM it makes things a little more interesting and opens doors to a whole new world of possibility.

  6. Hi Savannah,

    Great post and I like reading a story with a bit of everything in it…. romance, erotic, sensuality and again with a bit of mystery thrown in!

  7. I enjoy the mixing of genres. I think that it helps bring more readers to new interests and genres that they may enjoy.


  8. @Nas, it is good to hear that everyone likes a little bit of everything…

    @Gabrielle you are right…It brings in new people who might like one thing but have never really read another..It opens you up toso many new things.

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