Tag Archives: Rie Sheridan Rose

Midjourney to Wonder…

With all the hoopla about the AI art generators, I was intrigued to give them a try. So far, I’ve tried Midjourney and Wonder. I love one, and admit defeat with the other. Midjourney, I don’t understand. It isn’t intuitive … Continue reading

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Ahoy There, Matey!

Did ye think I’d forgot? Nay. I was navigating the frozen sea they call I35 on the way home from a successful sail upon the convention seas, but how could I forget to raise a glass to “Talk like a … Continue reading

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That’s embarrassing…

With my desk generally looking like this, it shouldn’t be surprising to me that I sometimes procrastinate about getting anything done…but not to have posted since last June is a bit much. To be honest, there were a lot of … Continue reading

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Still Slammed…But Loving It

No apparently salacious bar graph this time, just the hard numbers. A bit crooked, but what can I say? These are my stats as of yesterday for the year, and you can see I have been submitting like a hummingbird … Continue reading

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Busy Little Bee, Me!

It’s been a fruitful week. I’ve been maintaining my self-instituted pace of at least one sub a day, and I am almost out of old pieces that have never found a home, so it will soon be writing everyday as … Continue reading

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Been Awhile…

…with no real excuse, but I have been busy. Since SoonerCon, I have attended three shows,  released two books, and signed several contracts. Book Two of The Conn-Mann Chronicles is now available. The Nearly Notorious Nun is on Kindle and … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions…

So many things spinning in my head. Books to edit, books to write, short stories to finish…I really don’t need anything more on my plate. But there are these pesky bills to pay…and I have been kicking around ideas on … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Eliza Maxwell

  I had the pleasure several months ago of reading The Grave Tender by Eliza Maxwell, an extremely powerful debut novel. Ms. Maxwell will be joining our Mystery Readers meeting next Saturday in Georgetown, so I asked her if she … Continue reading

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Getting the Most from Your Promotional Dollar: Part 1– Writing Implements

As writers, we soon learn that as hard as the actual writing seems to be at times, it is the easy part. Once you finish the manuscript, find a publisher–or decide to go it alone–and have the final product in … Continue reading

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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  me, and I wanted to share it. 🙂 I saw the call for Ghosts on Drugs, and … Continue reading

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