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T.D. Hart
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Fiction writer, editor, web copy, ghost writer, former equine veterinarian
Fiction writer, editor, web copy, ghost writer, former equine veterinarian

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Thoughts on (my good) life after divorce

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The Post I've Waited Eighteen Months to Write
Over the last eighteen months I've started a dozen posts about my divorce, only to delete them. I wanted to wait until there was no shred of resentment, no hint of blame, no whiff of judgment or my personal specialty--sarcasm. Today I can say simply that th...

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Review of Rhenna Morgan's WHAT JANIE WANTS
As a Noir writer/reader, I rarely hit the romance shelves. But my good friend and plotting partner Rhenna Morgan has a new contemporary romance out, and boy is it a doozy! Here's the review I posted on GoodReads: What Janie Wants by Rhenna Morgan My rating:...

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Does Your Life Have A Soundtrack?
Mine does. Songs from the seventies remind me of being a socially awkward kid in our California suburb--a fish-out-of-water (or country girl stuck in the city.) I hear The Hollies or Electric Light Orchestra or old Fleetwood Mac and think about my cool olde...

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The Post Where I Get Taken To The Woodshed
I adore writers. I grew up being the weirdest person in the room--the geek, brainiac, live-eat-and-breathe-whatever-story-I'm-reading freako with sub-optimal social skills and near-unibrow (at least until seventh grade.) I was the kid with the too-big vocab...

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You Gotta Be Kidding Me...
Novelist Colleen McCullough died this week. I was a pre-teen when THE THORN BIRDS came out, and I remember being captivated, carried on a romantic tide by the stunning lead character and the priest she loved. When it came time, years later, to pick out mate...

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Friday Art Break
How to make any job fun: Use your imagination! Screenshot courtesy of CNet Kansas cattle farmer Derek Klingenberg decided to spice up his daily cow-feeding routine by hooking a camera to a drone and using...shall we say, strategic feed placement...to create...

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The Day I Became A Racist
I grew up in California in the '70's, immersed in the culture of new-age awareness and the struggle for equality for all people. It was in our liberal church I first heard the word Apartheid, and though our congregation was more homogeneously white than the...

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Whew, What A Year!
I'm sitting in the quiet lull of Christmas Eve, in that golden hour between finishing the dinner dishes and leaving for a late-night candlelight service at church. My husband is comfy in his chair, the dogs are asleep, and the kids are upstairs building the...

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What Stories Do We Tell Ourselves?
This is a post I found on Tumblr about the subconscious stories we make up about people based solely on factors like race and gender. It's eye-opening (and depressing, and a little scary...) http://rhube.tumblr.com/post/90837856583/how-media-clearly-reflect...
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