Monthly Archives: September 2014

Don’t Talk Back

Is it only me, or do all writers talk to themselves? Not only talk, but talk back to inanimate objects. Like a TV show, or a film, or even to words written on a page. I do understand that we … Continue reading

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Synchronicity and Corsica

A couple of weeks ago, I got the first round edits for Corsica Gate, my first contemporary romance to be published by The Wild Rose Press. (Probably Spring 2015, but I don’t know yet.) As I normally do, I read … Continue reading

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Responsibility.

Do you take on too much responsibility? Stuff that isn’t yours…or shouldn’t be yours. Do you know why you do that? I used to be that way, and I think deep down it was because of a need to be … Continue reading

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Shiver Me Timbers

A friend and I recently discussed the ability to keep on writing when the story lacks a certain quality. We’re talking passion, crunch, or shivers of excitement. Can you keep moving forward when you fall out of love with your … Continue reading

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What’s on your Ottoman?

A new friend dropped by. Fortunately my desk faces the front window, so I had time to slip my bra back on. I know. I know. I’m a slob. A writer slob. Anyway, I opened the door with a flourish … Continue reading

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