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Wine-fueled Fodder for Your Writing

Hanging out with your girlfriends – whether for wine on the porch, with bottled water on the grass at the soccer field, or making a whole weekend of it – offers fodder for writing. The laughs, the stories, and the wicked secrets that come out after one too many glasses of wine . . . Continue reading

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Small Business Saturday – New Holiday Release

In honor of Small Business Saturday, I am happy to release a new short story: Yankee Swap.  It’s a fun romance set around the Christmas holidays and I will be offering it through Amazon KDP. As you think about and … Continue reading

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Paranormal Month is a Beautiful Yet Slightly Creepy Time of the Year

Imagine you are a young girl, on your own in a strange new city, moving into a magnificent brownstone with dark secrets running through its walls.  And, you have a beautiful woman showing up wherever you are – desperately wanting … Continue reading

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Book Review: Murder Imperfect

Last month I met Neal Sanders, a local author, while at a book signing for a small indie bookstore that carries our books.  Although I don’t typically read murder mysteries or suspense novels I decided to give Murder Imperfect, his … Continue reading

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Night Owl Review of Signs

I was very pleased to see a review of my short story collection Signs last night after returning from dinner with a friend.  It was a nice surprise since the book was released in March.  I had received positive feedback … Continue reading

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I May Not Be Your Cup Of Tea . . . But That’s Okay

There are many reasons writers write.  Some because they are driven to – they cannot help themselves – it’s part of them as much as their need to eat or breathe. There are others who do so passionately; it may … Continue reading

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Fish Where the Fish Are – 5 important activities to catch a reader

You wrote a book – congratulations!  Now you go through the labor-intensive steps of smoothing, editing, proofing and perfecting in order to release it to the world. Good job!  Next, (and, arguably, already all along this journey) you start to … Continue reading

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