Tag Archives: writing fiction

Coming Soon! Title peek…

Book two of the Louisiana Secrets Series will be out in February on Amazon. Stay tuned!

If you haven’t read Bloodline – book one – check it out!


Curl up with a book, it’s cold outside!

Patti Corbello Archer šŸ„°

Local Louisiana Authorā¤

Introducing myself as an author in the Lake Charles area!

Today was a great opportunity in my hometown to introduce myself as a local romantic suspense author who publishes on Amazon. It was terrific!

Thank you Moss Bluff Farmer’s Market! Thank you Moss Bluff. I will return next week. šŸ¤Žā¤

Patti Corbello Archer

*Check out my books at Amazon – paperback and eBook. Amazon.com/author/patticorbelloarcher.cajunlady

Meet the Heroine. Gabrielle.


Meet the Hero. Dakota. Astride his black stallion.


Write me in

I so relate to this
Not my notes, just the idea
This makes writing a joy

Choosing which imagination door you want to go in is like deciding what you want to watch on Netflix. For real.

In the last two days, I have written over 8,000 words in my fourth romantic thriller, and today is far from over. While 8,000 words might not seem like much to write for some, I can assure you that my 8,000 storyteller words are like the many strokes of an artist’s brush, as each word builds on another until the story (or picture) is done.

The most words that I have ever written in one day is 14,000 and I was whipped. I average 1,000 to 3,000 a day if I don’t have to stop for research or note organization. And there are times I write 4,000 to 8,000 a day. I have fallen asleep at my laptop, I have looked up and hours have passed. And, I have gotten up and fell across my bed and crashed.

Writing fiction takes a lot out of me, but it gives me more in return.

As for characters, stepping from the thriller to the romance in the scenes is really cool, and my favorite part. The twist of the plot is like dessert all day long. My characters come alive and that rocks.

To all you writers out there, high-five.

To all you readers out there, thank you.