Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Writer’s Posse

I’ve come to the understanding that the writer seldom works alone. I don’t mean every writer collaborates with another to produce a novel, but that they have input. They have what I now think of as a writer’s posse; a … Continue reading

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Fallen Angel

For many years I had a crystal angel that hung from my car’s rear view mirror. She had lost her wings and her halo, and I loved her. She was my driving good luck charm because, being crystal, she brought … Continue reading

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Dead Rat Dinner.

I stayed for a week at my daughter’s apartment, so that I could have a change of air and decrease my flare-up of allergies and mild asthma. I normally stay for a weekend but the desert area I live in … Continue reading

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Gypsy Soul

This blog posted on Tuesday, October 11th, at www.Bettyverse.com This is a repeat for anyone who didn’t see it there, or get to comment. We had a drop in temperature in the Cali desert, going from 97 to 78 degrees … Continue reading

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Book Review

This past month, I read two wonderful books, one non-fiction, and one fiction: Second Sight, by Cheryl B. Klein, is a book for writers on the subject of writing. It’s a compilation of Ms. Klein’s talks, keynote speeches, workshop presentations, … Continue reading

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