Monthly Archives: December 2012

My 2012 To-do List

So here is my to-do list for last year. I wanted to see how I did before moving forward. 1.) Publish the first book in my urban scifi/fantasy Blue Manuever check. This year I plan to expand on the story … Continue reading

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The Wasting of the Mind

Short work week, even shorter memory. I sat down to write a quick post so as not to take up too much time before we all gear up for Ametuer night aka New Year’s Eve and promptly forgot what the … Continue reading

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Dom-duh-dom-dom

Ahem. My name is Linda Andrews and I’m am addicted to Fishdom. Worse, I introduced my husband to the game and now he’s playing it too. And the fathead is farther along than I am. I mean, his addiction is … Continue reading

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Singing all the way

Christmas Carols! I really love them. I stop listening around August (because that would be so rude to Halloween, which has few enough songs to honor it) and start up again the week of Thanksgiving. I love them. I’m proud … Continue reading

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It’s Alive! (sort of)

Okay. I messed up yesterday and didn’t get to upload the files until after work (the right files I should say). So I’ll post the links when they go live and I’m awake. But it is up at Smashwords. Use … Continue reading

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The Christmas Village, Chapter 3

Alrighty folks. I’m busy prepping for Dark Hope’s release and planning for my daughter’s college graduation so here’s the last sneak peak of my Christmas book. Egypt, thank God I didn’t miss you.” Helen Weaver, nee O’Connell, stood on Egypt’s … Continue reading

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Redaction: Part III, Chapter 9 (Unedited)

Chapter Nine “You can’t go in there.” Manny pulled the storage door shut behind him. The latch clicked in place. He leaned against the door. No one was getting inside. He had to protect them and the Sergeant-Major. Chef Bonnie’s … Continue reading

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