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Archive for Tag Archives: ' Writing Fiction'

Taking a Break

Taking a Break

This summer, I planned to at least get half of my book with an Oct. 15th deadline written. At [...]

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Aromatique

Aromatique

Since Rose’s new release, Sweet on the Cowgirl features a hometown business, the inkspers are sharing products and companies [...]

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Give Me Michael

Give Me Michael

I’ve always loved gravely voices. Joe Cocker, Kim Karnes, Bonnie Tyler, Michael Bolton. My favorite Bolton songs, How Am [...]

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What I’ve Been Doing? You Really Want to Know?

What I’ve Been Doing? You Really Want to Know?

Hey everybody, I’m so glad we’re back. And the new blog looks awesome. What would we do without Linda? [...]

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Rodeo Queen Nostalgia

I’m celebrating my new release, Rodeo Queen by giving away two print copies. Answer the question at the end [...]

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The Guilts

When this topic came up, I wasn’t sure if I could come up with ten guilty pleasures. But the [...]

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My Go To Gal

Agent. A word that once made me shudder for reasons I won’t go into here. For a long time, [...]

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Music to Soothe the Savage Beast

Just hearing the words “writer’s block” is enough to strike fear into a writer’s heart. It’s a big, ugly, [...]

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Angry Birds and Writer’s Block

I once thought writer’s block was a myth. Until it held me in it’s cold grip. Desperate, I asked [...]

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Perfecting Your Scenes

Scenes are one of the basic building blocks of a novel. Each scene is a  micro-story with a beginning, [...]

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