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From Choices to Kisses: Scrubbing My Prose in 30 Days, Report Five

These are the last of the June Challenges. The daily prose scrubs have made me assess my published works with renewed vision and inspired me to proof my current projects with increased vigor.  The challenge responses below reflect both. I hope you enjoyed this … Continue reading

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October 2014 First Friday Breakfast with an Author

Welcome to our September First Friday Breakfast with … me!  Since I recently finished the Abishag quartet by publishing An Eggshell Present early September, I thought it would be fun to talk about the making of the Abishag mysteries over a croissant. … Continue reading

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Riddle in Bones: An Abishag’s Third Mystery is Now Available on Amazon

On what would have been my dad’s 81st birthday, Amazon published my third long e-novella or short book in the Abishag mystery quartet. Riddle in Bones: An Abishag’s Third Mystery is now available for Kindle. I’d love to hear what you think. If … Continue reading

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Designing Women Create the Third Abishag Cover

I have a great cover artist in Bethany Barnette and love & learn in our design journeys together. As I resolved the final beta readers’ comments and began formatting the third Abishag’s manuscript for publication, Bethany delivered its cover. Oh … Continue reading

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Hummingbirds Among Wisteria

Earlier this week, I enjoyed a few days on Santa Catalina Island. We took the Catalina Express from Downtown Long Beach where we passed the Queen Mary and the empty Spruce Goose dome.  Beyond the breakwater, we sat on the … Continue reading

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When the Iron is Hot…

When a new story idea strikes, I respond in one of four ways. ONE: I’ll drop everything and work on the new idea. TWO: I’ll jot the ideas in my moleskine for future reference. THREE: I’ll take a one day … Continue reading

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