Category Archives: Writing

As a writer, do you forget what you’ve written?

It’s Saturday morning. And, as I typically do while the house is asleep, I drink coffee on the couch with my springer spaniel, Fenway, on his end and me on mine . . . and surf.  I start on Facebook, … Continue reading

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Writing on the Porch – Pantser vs. Planner

I am lucky enough to be on a two week vacation in my favorite seaside village of Chatham, MA. Unfortunately I am in the second week of the vacation – but we have had glorious weather, numerous beach trips, family … Continue reading

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My Books are on Pinterest

Postcards of my two novels: The Dating Intervention and Cursed.

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Radio as a Communications Channel for Authors

As authors, we are always looking to spread the word about our books.  Social media and networking sites, including Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Tumbler, Pinterest and the like, are the communication channels of choice.  We maintain a number of platforms such … Continue reading

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A Small Token Gift – A Short Story for Mothers Day

In March I released Signs~A Collection of Short Stories which included eight new short stories and featured a ninth – Daydreams – that had been previously released.  Since today is Mothers Day (here in the U.S.), I thought I would … Continue reading

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Writers Should Leave Breadcrumbs (and Avoid Candy Houses)

We all remember the story of Hansel and Gretel.  For some of us it’s more of a vague recollection – remembering the highlights of the candy house in the woods, the witch who captured the children and fattened them up … Continue reading

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A Buzz is in the Air . . . . Part 2

As an author – and I assume true of most authors – what we really want is for people to read our books and enjoy them.  Second to that, and to support our first desire, we want to create enough … Continue reading

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