Monthly Archives: June 2014

Summer Goals

So, round 2 of A Round of Words in 80 Days ends Thursday. This one was a wash for me, but round 3 should be very good! This next round will be all about priorities. I have two stories coming … Continue reading

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Sample Group Interview

I’ve been published in several anthologies, and one challenge is how to promote the book with so many wonderfully diverse writers. For both Felt Tips and Precipice, I interviewed several of the authors. That’s great, but I didn’t have enough … Continue reading

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Timing is Everything

When I was a kid, I wanted to be either a writer or an architect when I grew up. Being a very rational teenager (no…really…I was…) I chose architecture because writing was akin to being an actress. Only the best … Continue reading

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Just Say N0! I mean YES…I mean…

I’m a proud Steeleworker. No, I don’t climb skyscrapers and eat my sack lunch sitting out on a steel beam ninety stories above the ground (although that does sound fascinating.) I’m a fan of Dayna Steele,┬áradio and television personality, entrepreneur, … Continue reading

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