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Retreat, Interrupted

Retreat, Interrupted is my story for the Summer Romance on Main Street boxed set. In this book, I return to my fictional town of Lake Willowbee. Cassie Stone is a failure. At least, she feels that way. She is a … Continue reading

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How real is an imaginary home?

The joy of writers is taking an imaginary place and making it real. Continue reading

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Plotting and Planning

There are two schools of thought for writing a book; plotting and pantsing (writing by the seat of your pants). I’m very much a Type A personality. Hence, lots of plotting. When I go to plot a story, it looks … Continue reading

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Nothing Makes you a Better Writer than Writing

Hello, welcome, and thank you for stopping by! I had a blog post all prepared, when I realized that my posting date was Cinco de Mayo, or Mexican Independence Day! But then, being the writer of historical fiction that I … Continue reading

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When a Story Goes Astray

Okay, I’ll admit it. I goofed. I started writing what I thought would be a sweet Christmas novella for the 2017 Christmas boxed set by the Authors of Main Street. Except my simple story has grown in length. The guidelines … Continue reading

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Before Hitting The Publish Button

There’s a ton of last minute craziness that happens in the Indie World of publishing, or well, maybe I should say for those who take the whole concept of indie publishing seriously. We’ve all had our books professionally edited, but … Continue reading

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Waking Up For Christmas

We are all in the home stretch of readying our Christmas stories for an Authors of Main Street boxed set. I have always found The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks a very romantic book but some will disagree, so in the … Continue reading

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