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The 90,000 word month or Adjusting Time

Sorry folks. When I published this, I had a whole page of pondering a 3,000 word day. I can’t recreate it. Very disappointed with WordPress. I actually saved the draft twice thinking it was there. Not the first time I’ve … Continue reading

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Living in Another World

One night a very long time ago, my mom told me that if I wanted to return to a dream, I should think about it at night before I went to sleep.  That single sentence changed my life because it … Continue reading

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Kindle Fire Department Results

I feel that at ten days, I can give a fair representation of the results from the Kindle Fire Department book of the day sponsorship on Jan 1st. The first day about halfway through the day brought 11 sales. After … Continue reading

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The Regency Romance

I think I’ve got it down.  After reading every regency romance our library carries and some it doesn’t, I’ve finally come to the end of my regency study. Here is what I’ve found… 1) The heroine will probably be an … Continue reading

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Being Chased by the Dream

My lifelong dream (aside from the few years that I turned aside to think of becoming an astronaut or marine biologist) has been in pursuit of a full-time writing career as a novelist.  Lately it seems that the dream has … Continue reading

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Product Review of Pens: Primarily Gel

I was planning to purchase a few more varieties before this post, but a Walgreen’s pricing error has me stocked up for the next 6 months on Uniball 207 pens, so I’m going to post now. As a notebook writer, … Continue reading

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Writing and Lens Choice

  This week I’m reading a Stephen King novel, Dreamcatchers.  Normally when I’m reading, my author brain hibernates and enjoys the novel, only popping up now and again to think…hmmm, did you see how they did that? And then it … Continue reading

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