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Writing & Publishing – Round Table Discussion at Books For Less!

Do you want to know all my writing secrets? Do you want to know my crazy road to publication? Do you want to hear allView full post »

What It All Means – Thinking About Harper Lee and Other Things

Today, I shared a piece with Writers in the Storm. It’s mostly stream of consciousness, and I fear it misses theView full post »

Rona Sets the Bar!

Author Rona Simmons has done something that has set the bar impossibly high for me. She wrote a blog and told the worldView full post »

Starting the Year Off with WRITERS IN THE STORM!

Today I got to something fantastic! I’ve been invited to be a contributor for a wonderful writers’ site thatView full post »

Tinderbox Writers Workshop Winter Sessions!

Give the gift of Creativity! Registration is OPEN for the Tinderbox Writers Workshop Winter Sessions and giftView full post »

What We Wish For

My life broke. That’s the best way I know to explain the past nine months. I’d been going ninety to nothing,View full post »

Where All the Cool Kids Will Be on Saturday!

On Saturday, December 7, 2013, I will be speaking about stories and snake oil – otherwise known as social mediaView full post »

Never Past the Reach of Song

When I was writing THE RIVER WITCH, I came across this wonderful video that confirmed all the things I know (and suspectView full post »

I’m Published! or A Still and Hushed Moment…

I can’t even wrap my brain around the beauty of this quiet moment. For years I have worked to tell the story ofView full post »

Award-winning Humorist Robin O’Bryant Preaches the Merits of Ketchup

From every street corner, from blogs far and wide, from rooftops and ridges, just about any place you look, you can hearView full post »

The Needs of Other Souls — Sheila Deeth Interview

Sometimes a story comes along that immediately connects with us in a secret place. Some way or other, this author, aView full post »

A Story That Seeps To The Bone — Alma Katsu Interview

Careful what you wish for. That’s what Alma Katsu’s book THE TAKER whispers long after the cover has beenView full post »

Writers Who Inspire – Hope Clark Interview

Lucky me, one of the most satisfying parts of my experience as a writer has been the other writers I’ve met alongView full post »

She Began to Sing to Me

The wisdom of a mother’s song remains a mystery, until her daughter makes it her own. In writing The River Witch,View full post »