Neicole M. Crepeau
Blog and Updates
Learn how to write good sex scenes, from Colleen Halverson who has just released her debut novel, Through the Veil–which has some truly hot sex scenes.
Through the Veil, a seriously sizzling fantasy romance releases today!! Happy book birthday to my CP, Colleen Halverson!
Here are the top fiction writing articles from the blogosphere from the last few weeks (posted on 2-15-16).
My wonderful critique partner, Colleen Halverson, is preparing to release her first book, Through the Veil. Trust me, this is a thrilling book with a main character you’ll love. And check out the cover!
Here are the top fiction writing articles from the blogosphere from the last two weeks (posted on 1-24-16).
The Edge of Nowhere is releasing today. Read the synopsis.
First post of the new year! Here are the top fiction writing articles from the blogosphere from the last few weeks (posted on 1-11-16).
Top fiction writing articles from the blogosphere from the two weeks ending 12-13-15.
If you had to choose one of the Walking Dead men to go with you as you strike out on your own, who would it be? Take the quiz!
Would you let your partner have sex with a robot? Experts say the possibility will become reality soon. Take the poll!
What’s the path to change for social justice issues like #blacklivesmatter, #lgbtq, or #rapeculture? This infographic shows how a protest grows into a problem, that leads to real change.
Through the Veil The Aisling Chronicles Book One Colleen Halverson Genre: Urban Fantasy Publisher: Entangled Date of Publication: February 22, 2016 ASIN: B01B1NC29Q Number of pages: 400 pages Word Count: 120K Cover Artist: Louisa Maggio Book Description: Where the...
This week, author Emily A. Steward released her book, Penelope Gilbert and the Children of Azure. When 13 year-old Penelope Gilbert accidentally transforms into a stapler during math class, she’s sure she’s going crazy. But she’s not imagining the men in black suits...
Let’s turn around the letter that Brock Turner’s dad wrote to the court. Let’s see how Dan Turner’s letter might read if the rape victim’s father wrote almost the same words–but from her perspective. For the purpose of the letter, I’ve used the name “Annie” for the girl Brock victimized.
There’s a bigger lesson to learn from Microsoft’s dancing school girls incident. It’s time to school our men about sexism.