Monthly Archives: June 2012

It’s All About the Dress…

I thought it was “all about the dress” so why did I go wining and dining and eating at street vendor carts before going shopping for the GH Awards ceremony dress? Because…drum roll please…if I was feeling a bit puffy … Continue reading

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Rockin’ the Eighties

Yesterday, I went to see the movie Rock of Ages. I’m not a huge Tom Cruise fan but always loved Top Gun and especially the scene where he sang, “You’ve lost that lovin’ feeling…” and he was so cheeky and … Continue reading

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Major Turning Points

While doing revisions on a manuscript recently, I got to thinking about my turning points. Of course I wanted them to be significant, and to propel the characters, preferably kicking and screaming, into the next act of the story. Then … Continue reading

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Ebony, Words, and Barbara O’Neal

Some years ago my niece and her husband, and their two children, came from Australia to visit me in my little desert oasis home. The house was bursting at the seams, full of noise and good humor, and we all … Continue reading

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