Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Story Fairy is Scheduled to Return

As November draws to a close, so does my reading time. I still have a few books left to read before I begin writing, but already I can feel the gears shifting in my head from being a reader to … Continue reading

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Some years ago, my son and his friends made up a new holiday. Or at least it is new to us–Friendsgiving. In order to escape their homes for the long weekend, or maybe it was just to play video games … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone in the US

I will not be posting until Monday but I wanted to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and those who are traveling a safe journey!

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More Book reviews

Since I’m busy preparing for Thanksgiving, here are some of the books I’ve read in the last week. Enjoy! Dani Spevak travels from New Jersey to Scottsdale, Arizona to attend the prestigious Mountain Shadows Performing Arts High School. This is … Continue reading

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Interview with Phyllis Campbell, Queen of Sexual Tension

What prompted you to write that first book? Did you always want to be an author? For as long as I can remember, I’ve had movie-like dreams. I’d been reading romance for a few years so I was seeking that … Continue reading

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Free Fall Writer’s Workshops in Scottsdale Arizona

SIXTH ANNUAL FALL WRITERS WORKSHOPS Saturday, November 19, 2011 – 10 am to 4:30 pm Scottsdale Civic Center Library – Downstairs 3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd – Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Free Admission – No registration necessary – First come First Serve … Continue reading

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So you want to talk to dead people

Ok I admit it. I wasn’t doing what I was supposed to be doing and ended up looking up how to talk to dead people. Enjoy! Table rapping–this is basically knocking on a table. Three raps mean yes, one means … Continue reading

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Interview with M. S. Spencer

It is my pleasure today to have the fabulous M. S. Spencer. Although M.S. Spencer has traveled and lived in Chicago, Boston, Europe, South and Central America and the Middle East, the last 30 years have been spent in the … Continue reading

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Happy Veteran’s Day

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, the allied powers and Germany declared an armistice or end of hostilities. So ended the Great war that had started with the assassination of the Archduke … Continue reading

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November is read to my eyes bleed month

After writing a book, I usually spend time catching up on my TBR pile. After finishing up, editing and publishing, Redaction, I took November off to read and read and read. Here’s what I’ve read so far this week: Irobotronics … Continue reading

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