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A post about some new covers!

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"My greatest successes came from decisions I made when I stopped thinking and simply did what felt right."

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This is my laundry room this morning. This is where my towels stay all summer. Actually, they stay here 50% of the time anyway, but always during the summer. I usually wash a load a day. Every other day at least. See, one of my books was super successful…

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Got all my characters figured out per Sunday’s post, and put into a Scapple brainstorming file. I’ve played with Scapple in the past (it’s made by Literature and Latte who are responsible for the brilliance that is Scrivener) but this is the first time…

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Today I’m digging around in Google Images looking for the people who will star in the book I’m writing next. And guess what? It’s not the book I’d decided on a couple of weeks ago! That one will eventually be written, but circumstances dictate change,…

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It’s release day for RITE OF WRONGS, my first Detective Miriam Rome procedural thriller! And what do we do on release day, you ask? Wake to the husband yelling that I never set up my Amazon Author Page for readers to follow. Get up, make coffee, climb the…

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This is part of a Goodreads review for RITE OF WRONGS. I’m not quoting the whole thing because there are some plot points that for me as a reader would be spoilers (but I’m the one who won’t enter a movie if the previews have started…); I like to learn…

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I remember exactly when I first heard the term Traveler’s Notebook. Or at least heard the words that would lead me to finding out everything there is to know about an item that I would fall ridiculously in love with. It was all Stephanie Tyler’s fault on…

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from january 20, 2006 A great deal of the art of lovely prose is its rhythm and the connection of the rhythm to meaning. Varying sentence structure and making the structures appropriate to your mood, intent, etc., is critical, as if fitting the rhythms…
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