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Masquerade: Oddly Suited Blog Tour Interview

Today my pub sister, Nancee Cain, interviews me about Behind the Catcher's Mask, my story in the Masquerade: Oddly Suited anthology!

Check out the interview HERE.

Stories FeaturedOddly Suited, LG Keltner
The silliest situations may be oddly suited for romance. Behind the Catcher’s Mask, Jennifer Lane
Who can help her through a meltdown on the pitcher’s mound? The Dark Charade, CD Gallant-King
The new girl in town falls in love for a mysterious boy who is maybe, probably, most definitely, a vampire. The Cog Prince, Elizabeth Mueller
Falling in love, saving the day, and a masque—oh my! Will a missing key free a clock-bound prince? A Diver’s Ball, Angela Brown
You can be anything you want in the online world of Cumulus. A human. An elf. A powerful beast mutation from your wildest imagination. But can you be in love? Flower of Ronda, Myles Christensen
What if life’s price of servanthood could be changed? Fearless Heart, Deborah Solice
Is he a figment of her imagination conjured to keep her sane, or …

#IWSG Hero or Villain: Who Narrates the Story?

Join us for the Insecure Writers Support Group at Alex Cavanaugh's blog.

How's writing going for you? I've limited my writing to psychotherapy case notes lately, though I have joined an inspiring group of authors gearing up for the next IWSG anthology's release on April 30.

Check out the IWSG Anthologies website to learn more about the first three short stories in Masquerade: Oddly Suited, including excerpts. My baseball catcher and softball pitcher get to know each other in the second post, featuring my story, Behind the Catcher's Mask.

IWSG Day Question: Whose perspective do you like to write from best, the hero (protagonist) or the villain (antagonist)? And why?
My first-person stories have been exclusively from the heroes' perspectives, probably because I am an upbeat person who roots for the good guy. However, I have delved into the villain's point of view in my third-person stories. One of my favorite parts of writing is exploring character motivation, an…