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THREE ANNOYING MISTAKES MADE BY SOME WELL-KNOWN AUTHORS

Maybe this has been going on for a long time, and I just hadn’t noticed. During these last few months several of my favorite authors made some writing decisions that yanked me out of their stories and away from their … Continue reading

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SOUTHWEST WRITERS GET THE FACTS

An Interview with Author Charlene Bell Dietz In her search for “the parts of life that really matter,” Charlene Bell Dietz discovered “if you throw your heart and soul into what you care about,” the little things you fuss over … Continue reading

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THE TRUTH BEHIND WINNING

What do you think when you enter a contest? The answer depends on your personality: how seriously you take yourself, what you think about your work, and certainly your competitive nature. Me? I’m inclined to throw in a touch of … Continue reading

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Blog Hop: Game of Tag about How We Write.

Patricia Smith Wood tagged me in the Blog Hop sweeping the internet for writers. I’m to reveal my innermost writing secrets.  Also I’ve tagged two other engaging authors. I’ll tell you who they are at the end of my post. … Continue reading

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Books and Bar: Shelf Awareness Pro Uncovered a Terrific Idea

Shelf Awareness Pro Notes Two of Our Favorite Things: Book & Bar Portsmouth Book & Bar, Portsmouth, N.H., is opening this coming Saturday, December 1, and will sell 15,000 used books and a range of food and drink, Seacoastonline.com reported. … Continue reading

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