17 March 2014
My Writing Process
Thank you, my romance writer buddy, Ruchi Vasudeva, for inviting me to jump on the #mywritingprocess bandwagon!
Last week, Ruchi wrote about the writing process that works for her. In case you missed it, you can read it on her website right here.
Since she tagged me, and since I’m honored, and since today is Monday, the 17th of March, our #mywritingprocess blog tour day, here are my responses to the four questions:
1. What am I working on?
Book two for Harlequin® India!
Simi and Rudy are both doctors with chips on their shoulders. Their mutual attraction is engendering explosive stuf
This fabulous, roomy handbag was gifted to me by a dear aunt, Veena Mehta.
The PG tag stands for Purificación García – I had never heard of the label before, but now I’m all for it. The bag has withstood every insult including me filling it with sharps like keys and pens and pencils – these things have killed every other bag of mine, but not my PG!
When I first set eyes on it, I baulked a bit at the color –
Which writing software do you use (something other than MS Word, like Jutoh and Scrivener)? What’s your favorite feature(s), and why?
Reet Singh said:
I use Scrivener, invariably, because it is such a time-saver. Its magic lies in its ability to organize my material – I can get the draft of my work-in-progress, the research material, the character sketches, the setting – just everything – into the software, and it’s visible to me in a pane on the left.
Thank you for dropping in.
It’s my pleasure, thanks for inviting me.
I really enjoy your writing – “Jazz Baby” was fabulous and so was “Passionfruit and Poetry”.
That’s great to hear.
First of all, Téa, a question I have been dying to ask – how does it happen that you get the most gorgeous covers for your books? EVERY time. Do you get to choose out of a bunch of options or are the cover gods uncommonly kind to you?
The cover gods love me! The Harlequin cover artists are