Transcript: Hi, I’m Kris Jayne, and I write contemporary romance for today’s modern woman. I’ve been writing full-time since October of 2014, which is when I quit my full-time job to pursue my passion for writing full-time. One of the questions that I get is, “Why are you writing romance?” And they always say it
The hardest part of writing a novel (or three at the same time, if you’re crazy) is the push to the end. Writing, rewriting, editing, revising, rewriting agin. But after attending the Romance Writers of America conference in New York City a couple of weeks ago, I found a new well of motivation and finally
For years, I spent my days plotting an escape from cubicle life. Well, in October, I quit plotting and pulled the trigger. As of November 1, I began voluntarily unemployed or self-employed, depending on your perspective.I plan to do some freelance writing and marketing work, but for now, I’m finishing the novel that I’ve been
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Working full-time and trying to finish my novel might drive me crazy, but it is reinforcing that the writing would be so much easier if it WERE my full-time job. Writing a novel is an incredibly rewarding and creative process, but there are a lot of things to think about if you want to get
In theory, I should feel really terrible about the occasional bits of trashy television that I watch. And I do. Apologies to anyone that thinks this is pointless. I can’t defend it, but I also … CAN’T STOP WATCHING! (For now, there’s a caveat to that.)
After going to Paris a few times this year for work and mostly sitting in conference rooms (quelle horreur!), I decided I needed to plan a fun-only trip leveraging the miles I’ve earned.