Monthly Archives: March 2011

Emotional Turmoil

Recently I attended a lecture about making time for your writing. For the most part, I agreed with everything the wonderful lecturer said until one part. She stated that writers thrive on emotions so when friend A calls us up … Continue reading

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Arizona Dreamin’

Get up close and personal with 24 authors of all genres at this great girl’s night out! Cover model Jimmy Thomas ( http://www.jimmythomas.com/ ) will be posing with attendees in exchange for a donation to our sponsored charity, Huntington’s Disease … Continue reading

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Punctuating with Colons

I’ve decided to take a break from the comma odyssey and explore the Colon. After I eliminated all the bodily references, I found that colon usage isn’t as simple as I thought. First, let’s get the easy stuff out of … Continue reading

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Interview with Tracy Morris

What prompted you to write paranormal mysteries with a small town flavor? I’ve loved mysteries since I was a kid. My first ‘big girl’ books were the old Nancy Drew mysteries that my school library had. I graduated from those … Continue reading

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Commas and Adjectives

This week’s punctuation adventure is brought to you by commas and adjectives. I could have included this topic with commas and series, but there is enough difference to require its own entry. And quite frankly, this is one of those … Continue reading

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Atlantis Found?

Buried under all the news of the tragedy in Japan, an article on the internet posted information about University of Hartford professor Richard Freund having found the city in Dona Ana Park in Spain. Oddly enough, Atlantis disappeared under a … Continue reading

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Interview with Cherie Lee

What prompted you to write a children’s book with a fairy? Fairy tales were favorite stories for me as a child. I remember making up my own but never writing them down. Today, I love to create unexpected story twists … Continue reading

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