Monthly Archives: December 2010

Book songtracks

Do you listen to music when you write? More to the point-is there a particular song that just blows you away, that you picture your characters acting out? (in a music video type of way?) For me the current song … Continue reading

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Contest!

Okay, after mulling over this all night I finally have it-my super cool, awesome, kick-off-the-new-year contest! The deal is this-you have to become a blog follower (hey, it’s not so bad-I promise I’ll do my best to entertain :). Secondly, … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays to all! (And an upcoming contest!)

In my usual tradition of late posting, I just wanted to wish everyone a very happy (if belated) holiday! Oh, and to announce that I’m featured on Quake’s website for Talent Tuesday-check it out at http://www.quakeme.wordpress.com! And in the spirit … Continue reading

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Books for Christmas

I remember a good friend telling me that when she gave holiday gifts she always gave books (hence her designation as least favorite gift giver). She didn’t care-her feeling was that toys got broken, games got shoved into closets or … Continue reading

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Villains, villains and more villains.

There’s nothing I love more than a good villain. In my opinion, nothing enlivens a story more than the evil guy/gal with an agenda. So I’ve decided to come up with a list of faves-the baddies you love to hate. … Continue reading

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Costco plots versus boutique plots

Recently I became a card-carrying Costco member.  For those of you who don’t know about Costco, it’s one of those megalith block-long stores where you can purchase just about anything from computers to toilet paper IN BULK! (the toilet paper, … Continue reading

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