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Romance Writer’s Weekly Blog Hop

Thank you for hopping over from Victoria Barbour’s blog. This week the question asked is Tell us your favorite seasonal dish! I’m not a huge fan of holidays but don’t want to dump here and depress the hell out of … Continue reading

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Crystal Ball Time

Hello again 😀 I’ve been a very bad blogger the past few weeks, I know. I’m not even writing the next rough draft or contributing numbers to my first attempt at the NaNoWriMo thingy. 😦 I’m just not writing, period. … Continue reading

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Commitment

This is my very first NaNoWriMo participation, although I did do the JuNoWriMo as well. This is supposedly the Big Thing, and even if I’m not the sort who likes to jump on any bandwagons, become a sheep, and let others … Continue reading

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Reading Fun Quick Five

A Day Late Again, I know. Still, better late than never. The Reading Fun Quick Five comes courtesy of Rakes and Rascals and Books and Reading Wednesday — Some Questions by Mishka Jenkins. Clicking on the titles will lead you to … Continue reading

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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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POV revisited

With regard to POV and opinion, I’ve come across too many instances in published writing where I’m right and the people (critique-ers) who say I’m not are wrong. Below is a perfect example of proving my case — from one of … Continue reading

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Online Quiz Fun

So, I finished the Hathaway series of Lisa Kleypas novels, ending with the youngest member of the unconventional family, Beatrix Hathaway and her dashing yet PTSD stricken beau, Captain Christopher Phelan in Love in the Afternoon. I am more interested … Continue reading

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