Jen Sako

Hey, I’m moving!

I know I haven’t been at this place very long, but this was sort of an experiment. Now, I’ve got my own digs at, otherwise known as The Mood Swings. Hope to see you there!       Advertisements

Too Stupid To Love?

If you’ve read enough romance novels, you’ve seen this particular heroine. The one who has been hurt so badly in the past by love that she will NEVER LOVE AGAIN. She can’t trust herself, because, obviously, she makes bad choices in men. Usually, she throws herself into her career determined to stay away from men. […]

Story Songs

My story ideas are always inspired by songs. My soon-to-be published debut novel, What The Heart Wants, is the story of a struggling songwriter torn between two men. With her career in the balance, she faces the limits of her morality and belief in herself. Although, no single song inspired the storyline, I had a playlist […]

The One Where J. B. Quits

Just kidding. I’m not quitting. But the submission process for a novel is haarrrrrd. I’ve just started the process, so I’m whining. Feel free to think that or even tell me, “toughen up, muffin-butt.” I ‘preciate ya. Much obliged. So, I was kicking at cow poo in a Christmas tree field today. Just walking about […]

In It to WIN It—Preparing for NANOWRIMO (National Novel Writing Month)

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Today we are going to talk about a GLORIOUS time of year—NANOWRIMO—which stands for National Novel Writing Month. It is meant to support creativity and encourage those who say they want to be authors to give it a go and write a novel (50,000 words) in a month.…

Author Colleen Myers New Cover

My good friend and author, Colleen Myers, stopped by this weekend to show me the cover of her book coming out next month by Champagne Books. It is gor-juss (just like her). I asked her if I could show you and she said, “surely.” I told her not to call me Shirley. Isn’t it beautiful? […]

Hate Winter…Can’t Write…But This Is Something

“Isn’t it ironic, don’tcha think?” If you’ll be singing that song all day long now, you’re WELCOME. She said, ironically. I’m a big fan of the ironic, but in my winter melancholy (S. A. D. S.), I’ve avoided my passions. Today, the sun is shining, the boy’s in school all day, and despite the teen temps, I […]