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Francine Zane
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What is with everyone this year? I went back to work after a nice week off to one coworker announcing her divorce, a friend sharing her car with two family members whose vehicles were disabled, someone else’s mom had to have a pacemaker put in, and the…
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I recently read a blog post claiming that a writer is not a writer until he shares his work with others. I have to disagree. I personally know a dozen prolific writers who seldom if ever share their work. To them, it is not good enough to share. I know…
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When I started writing Science Fiction and Fantasy, no one even knew what Speculative Fiction meant. The genres were dominated by men, and it was almost impossible to find a critique buddy who also wrote in the genre. Even so, I wrote Sci Fi and Fantasy…
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The Dating Guide for Married Men is meant to be a non-judgmental and admittedly fun look at the obstacles facing married men who choose to date rather than end what once may have been a very loving relationship. While the material is broken down into the…
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Why do people insist on going down the rabbit hole after every little problem even if the end result remains the same? My main job is solving problems, and I’m good at it. I mean really good at it. That said, I don’t think like many problem solvers. I…
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I dearly love it when I write a series of articles for a client and get praised for all but one or two. On those, I get slammed. While I wholeheartedly admit to making mistakes, I make it a point to reread everything before I submit it. If time permits, I…
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Time went wonky when night slammed shut like a hammer against an anvil. Herbert and Grace were left with only the stars to guide them through the trees, up the lane, back to the village where families awaited them. Shadowed things passed between them and…
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