I Heart Lincoln Center

Much of The Muse is set at Lincoln Center. It’s where Ballet Theater of New York performs in their season. It’s where Darcy confesses his love to Elizabeth, and where she reads his tell-all letter in the wake. It’s also … Read More

Turn Off the Fluorescent Lights!

This post touches on writer’s craft and has some spoilers.   I used to write love scenes like fluorescent lighting: I revealed everything. Like a sportscaster giving the play-by-play, I accounted for every breath, every moan, every facial expression, every … Read More

Looking Back and Ahead

Janus is the Roman god of beginnings and transitions. He’s characterized by having two faces – one that looks forward, and one that looks behind him. It’s appropriate, then, that our month of January is named for Janus, as the new year … Read More

Talking About: The Muse

The Muse by Jessica Evans, published December 9, 2014,  just finished a successful Blog Tour. Here’s what some reviewers had to say: I loved this book. It is one of the best P&P stories I have read this year. It is … Read More

Ballet Basics

Some readers alerted me to the fact that they wanted to know about all of the ballet terms that I use in The Muse.  So here’s your ballet basics tutorial. One of the most common steps that I refer to in … Read More

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