Everyone should ask about Rakasha, it is fabulously written. 🙂
A little off subject, but tonight I went to a publishing event – met 4 authors with different approaches to how to get published, and learned quite a bit.
While all of the lessons learned were important, the most important was “never match wits with someone smarter than you”
Some background, at the critique group, a bunch of us traded work over a coffee and doughnut. Mine went to a woman named Preacher. As my friend M.L Newman can attest, my work (I think is well written, flows well, and punctuated badly. In addition If it were a movie, it would be a very SOLID R. Preacher read a few chapters, and stopped when the co-ed and the demon both woke up naked. It was an uncomfortable scene. She stopped reading right there. She also cringed at all the bad words and ‘adult situations’ in Rakasha.
It turns out she…
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