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That First Step

“To destroy is always the first step in any creation.”– e.e. cummings (October 14, 1894 – September 3, 1962) Writer’s Relief asks: what is your first step? First, this man’s genius in the poetry flow department has always left me … Continue reading

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Romance Weekly June 17 #LoveWriteChat

This week’s questions are from Jami Denise If you stopped by after visiting Rhenna Morgan please continue the hop. When writing your novel, do you know how it’s going to end before you write, or do you write from start to finish? … Continue reading

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Mid-Week Musings

This has been an interesting week so far, and it’s only Wednesday. Can’t imagine what Thursday through Saturday will bring. I started another Lisa Kleypas novel, Rainshadow Road, part 1 of the Friday Harbor series. Series always throw me off. … Continue reading

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Subtlety

[suht-l-tee] noun, plural: sub·tle·ties delicacy or nicety of character or meaning.  acuteness or penetration of mind; delicacy of discrimination. a fine-drawn distinction; refinement of reasoning: the subtleties of logic. Did you know that offering someone your GREEN M&Ms is meant to hint at … Continue reading

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