Monthly Archives: May 2014

June 2014 First Friday Breakfast with an Author

Welcome to our June First Friday Breakfast (so fun, I couldn’t wait!) with NYT Bestselling author Susan Squires. She published twenty-one novels and novellas with Dorchester Publishing and St. Martin’s Press, as well as self-publishing her new Children of Merlin Series. She’s … Continue reading

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Revising with Jigsaw Puzzles of Mist

One of my daily exercises for cognitive health is to do one digital jigsaw puzzle. My favorite puzzles are of mist scenes. They evoke feelings of mystery, promise, and anticipation. And for some reason, the puzzles are easy. Revisions remind … Continue reading

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Books that Evoke Chocolate

I’m spending this beautiful weekend marveling over my potato plant and dreaming of chocolate. Welcome to my post comparing favorite books to chocolate. Thank you, Jane Isaac, for tagging me on a chocolate blog hop. You might remember our interview when she … Continue reading

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May 2014 First Friday Breakfast with an Author

Welcome to our May First Friday Breakfast with award-winning author Gillian Doyle. She lives in Long Beach, CA with her husband and a menagerie of pets—dogs, cats, birds, fish. Several years ago, in a community college writing course taught by poet and novelist … Continue reading

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