Monthly Archives: November 2011

Celebrating Imperfections

I’ve had this little stuffed dog since I was eight…that would be time measured in decades.  He doesn’t have the fancy scarves that many of my other stuffed animals had, nor is he particularly big.  But I’ve always loved this … Continue reading

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Quiet Time

I’m in a creative lull.  Not that I don’t have a million projects to work on.  I do.  And I’m not ‘stuck’.  On two of my books, I know exactly what’s going to happen next.  I could write five pages … Continue reading

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Airport Security Burning Out Kindles

This is more of a service message than a blog.  As an ebook writer, I want everyone to have a great experience with their Kindles.  Apparently, the x-rays being used at the airport have “turned kindles into etch-a-sketches” according to … Continue reading

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Torture is Evil

It shouldn’t have to be said.  We ALL know right from wrong, good from evil.  So why, since Abu Ghraib have our favorite ‘good guy’ characters on television started torturing? The first time I caught it was on V when … Continue reading

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The downfall of Promises…

I made a statement, not a large statement.  Just a Christmas cover and a title with a Coming Soon next to it on my web page. In essence, I made a promise to my readers. And now I’m paying for … Continue reading

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Interview with Shaina Cilimberg

  1)     Is there anything you’d like to tell me about your characters? Do you have a favorite and why?  I love Josh Summers 🙂   He’s very misunderstood and wants to do what’s right but feels heldback because of his … Continue reading

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Nerves of Diamond

I need the hardest substance…and steel just won’t cut it. Okay, I’ll admit it.  I’m nervous.  When I posted the When, Were, & Howl Series, I wasn’t even the slightest bit worried about its reception. I wrote it as a … Continue reading

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