10th Annual Smashwords ‘Read An Ebook’ Sale

From March 3, 2019 – March 9, 2019, enjoy 50% off Jasmine Lace novels when you purchase her books at Smashwords. Simply enter the code AC96X at the online checkout. Shop now! The sale will be over in only a week!

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Women’s History Month is Here

This past February I’ve enjoyed my social posts of unsung heroes in Black History. I liked it so much that for March I would like to do it again. This time sharing the lives of exceptional women in history.  As a woman of color, I get hit with the double whammy of glass ceilings and constantly being underestimated as well as misunderstood.…

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I’m Still Here: Songs that Empower Women

This holiday season I have been M.I.A. for many reasons. In the past three months, activities such as, Christmas shopping, school projects and recovering from pneumonia has just been a few stressful parts of my life.  But with every storm cloud comes a rainbow. And I’m getting pumped up for my next novel. The story is about a…

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Why I Use Music in My Writing

I listen to my music as I clean the house. Soulful R &B blasts while I’m doing my hair. I perform dance sequences and sing along to my favourite Hip Hop joints in the shower. Alternative rock music wails as I’m driving. Motown hits swirl through my mind with the story ideas I’m typing on to my laptop. Pop…

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Could You Be a Writer? 10 Ways to Know If You Are a Writer.

People have dreams of being a firefighter, a famous actor or singer. They imagine the enjoyment of being excited to work every day, instead of slumping out of bed to do a job they have no interest in. A job that pays the bills. Not everyone gets their dream job. Not everyone knows what they…

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Self-Publishers’ Guide to Editing: A new way to edit your novel

  Congrats you’ve put your ideas to paper and have created a story. You have done what many have always thought about, but never tried to do. Be proud. Now, as a self-publisher, it’s time for the hard part: EDITING. This can be frustrating and painful. What to cut? What to do to improve my writing? Or, maybe, you don’t feel like anything needs to change. Keep…

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