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All About Dani Wade

In addition to being a working woman and busy mom, Dani Wade writes emotional, sexy contemporary romance for Harlequin Desire, and is Indie published in sexy suspense. On her way to that exciting first publishing contract, she placed second in the 2008 Georgia Romance Writers’ Maggie contest, and was a finalist in the 2009 RWA Golden Heart® contest for unpublished authors, among other contest successes.

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Dani's Fun Facts

Ruby Nickname:
Ruby Angel

Hometown:
Huntsville, AL

Age:
36

GH Year(s)
2009

Completed Manuscript(s)
7

Genre(s):
Short contemporary and spicy romance

Started Writing:
2003

Day Job:
Medical Billing

For Fun:
Scrapbooking, Reading, and Photography

Blog Posts from Dani

Summertime Management for Writing Moms

It’s that time of the year again, when kids are out of school, the days are long and warm, and afternoons by the pool are the norm. I wish!!! In actuality, the kids are out of school, the fighting has commenced, and I’m struggling to write and work with two children underfoot. Afternoons by the pool are few and far between, and I find myself wishing I had the money to hire a nanny.

Staying on the Bus

I realized early on that success was tied to not giving up. Most people in this business gave up and went on to other things. If you simply didn’t give up, you would outlast the people who came in on the bus with you.

–Harrison Ford

Stoke Your Writing Fire

Burnout: 1. the point at which a rocket’s fuel or oxidizer is completely burned up and the rocket enters its free-flight phase or is jettisoned. 2. a state of emotional exhaustion caused by the stresses of one’s work or responsibilities. (Webster’s Dictionary)

Friday Free for All!

Today is the day to throw out all those questions swirling through your writer’s brain. The Q&A days have been wonderfully popular, with all kinds of information being exchanged. I know I’ve learned a great deal from them. And isn’t it wonderful to feel like you aren’t alone in your musings? So the sisters have […]

Tips for Planning your Next Year of Writing

As each year draws to a close, I always find myself contemplating the coming year as if it were a blank slate – an opportunity to strive for something new and exciting. And being the plotter that I am, I must set a concrete path before me or I’ll get to the end of the […]

Why I’m Thankful I Write

I’ve been writing (at least, more than the occasional card or Christmas letter) for about seven years now. Some of those years have been wonderful, filled with words that flowed and finals in contests. Some have been really rough, such as my pregnancy with my son when I couldn’t string five decent words together to […]

Do You NaNo?

No, this isn’t some strange, Star Trek thing… NaNoWriMo is short for National Novel Writing Month, held every November by the Office of Letters and Light, a non-profit organization founded by Chris Baty. What started out over 10 years ago as 21 friends determined to finally write that novel they never got around to, has […]

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