Category Archives: The Writing Life

Making the Big Sale

Ghosts on Drugs My first submission of the year has been accepted and paid for. It has been a really unique experience for ┬áme, and I wanted to share it. ­čÖé I saw the call for Ghosts on Drugs, and … Continue reading

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What Do I Talk About Now…?

The end of the insanity has left me a bit at odds. Yes, some days it was almost impossible to come up with a submission. But in the end, it always worked out, and I did it. There were For … Continue reading

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I Find This Fascinating…

┬á┬á┬á I promised more pictures from Galveston, but this struck me as something I wanted to talk about more. After all, the pictures will still be here next week, or the week after… So, last Saturday, there was a special … Continue reading

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Promised Pictures from Dickens on the Strand

I said in last week’s post that I would be posting pictures from last weekend’s trip to Dickens on the Strand. We didn’t stay too long at the event, what with bad boots and tired child…but we had fun, and … Continue reading

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Decompression Time Almost Over

Well, I finished NaNoWriMo despite Jo’s last minute stalling, and I have had a lovely week of doing pretty much the minimum daily list work, which will culminate this weekend in my first visit to Dickens on the Strand, which … Continue reading

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Procrastination Station!

Okay, so we are down to the wire on NaNoWriMo.┬áThere are┬áonly 5,697 words to go. Jo has behaved herself admirably through most of the draft, and the book has done some things that I really am loving, but… You knew … Continue reading

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Writer Interview: Katie Magnusson

  Today, I have the pleasure of sharing an interview with Katie Magnusson, one of the authors in Mocha Memoirs Press’s new Paranormal Sherlock Holmes anthology, An Improbable Truth. ┬áHere is what she has to say for herself and her … Continue reading

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