Romance author interview with Stacy Gold A couple months ago, I had the great pleasure of participating in a fast-paced romance author interview Q & A with a group of avid romance readers. Many of the questions were incredibly thoughtful
May. 17, 2021 by Stacy Gold
As a romance author, I’ve realized I have favorite themes I return to again and again. While I have my favorite romance tropes (forced proximity, friends to lovers, enemies to lovers, grumpy vs sunshine), certain themes recur in my books
Mar. 16, 2021 by Stacy Gold
What are the hallmarks of a truly great romance novel? Thanks to the explosion of self-publishing and e-books, there are more books than ever available and at your fingertips. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been a corresponding increase in really great romance
Jan. 15, 2021 by stacyg6
I’m planning on hitting some amazing romance author goals this coming year. Yes, I know. Setting any kind of goals for the coming year, especially professional romance author publishing goals, might seem like an exercise in frustration and futility. But
Dec. 1, 2020 by Stacy Gold
Ten Things I Am Grateful For In the Bizarre and Horrifying Year of Our Lord 2020 It’s weird. Everything, really. But finding gratitude especially. Given the discomfiting dichotomy of 2020 being the worst shitshow in America in my fifty years
Aug. 4, 2020 by Stacy Gold
Ten Lessons I’ve Learned over Twenty Years Happily Married If you’d told me when I was 25-years old that a few years later I’d meet the man of my dreams—and that I’d eventually, happily, celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary—I would’ve
Feb. 11, 2020 by Stacy Gold
Literary Agent Lesley Sabga Okay, time for the sharing of big career news… (*Takes deep breath and screams*) I HAVE A LITERARY AGENT!!! (*Dances wildly around office*) As of today, I am officially repped by the amazing Lesley Sabga with
Stacy Gold is editing this damn book againFollow
Romance author. Compulsive tea drinker. Outdoor sports junkie. Dark chocolate addict. Lover of good (& bad) puns. She/her Rep'd by @LesleySabga https://t.co/KQg2dFpssS
The @GatesArcticNPS in Alaska is a vast landscape that does not contain any trails or roads. It’s a place where Inupiaq and Athabascan people and their ancestors have lived on the land for thousands of years.
Pic by Matt Meisenheimer
I do love the fact that I took this shot a half mile from my house. While I’ve consciously chosen to always live in amazing places it doesn’t make me any less grateful for it. #bouldercolorado #flatirons #coloradophotography #mountainlove
Notes for when you stretch yourself as an ally to be more inclusive.
1. You will f**k up. Expect it. It’s part of the learning process
2. You don’t get a cookie or a prize for trying to be a better person
3. You will be an awkward turtle around this subject for a number of years
Sage-Grouse bird, famous for its amazing courtship displays. A male can swallow and hold a gallon of air in the esophagus which is squeezed out for display.
#birds #wildlifephotography #wildlife #naturelovers #nature #NaturePhotography #blackbird #underwaterphotography #birding
Y’all. Even with years of Highlights hidden picture training, it took me FOREVER to find the fourth cat. https://twitter.com/TranslatedCats/status/1450111351762915333
In this there are 4 cats.