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Good Girls Don’t Become Best-Sellers—Channeling Your Inner “Bad Girl” to Reach Your Dreams

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
? I am currently reading Kate White’s I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This: Success Secrets Every Gutsy Girl Should Know. There are bad books, okay books, good books and great books. But there is another…

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J.J. Houston: Murder on Moon Street Book Trailer

So, I had the book trailer produced and I’m excited to share it with everyone. Yezzah! If it interest you, more information can be found HERE.

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Posted in Book Trailer, Fiction Novel

World Wide Spider Webs

I’m angry at the Internet today.  Not frustrated, not irked, but pissed.  As in, if I had a bazooka at my disposal… It hadn’t occurred to me before, but now I get it: They call it the “web” because that’s

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Posted in Internet, Procrastination, Web, Writing

Cradle The Blanching Bones

I saw the area code on the caller ID and knew who it was right away. I thought to let it ring, allow the answering machine to pick up, but I knew she’d call back again and again until I took

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Posted in Family & Relationships, Fiction, Short Story

Interview with Kathryn Brettell, Author of, “The Olive Picker”

I recently had the pleasure to read one the most amazing and heart-wrenching memoirs I’ve ever read.  The author, Kathryn Brettell, gracefully agreed to an interview.  If you haven’t read The Olive Picker yet, I highly recommend it. The book already has

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Posted in Author Interview, Book Review, Kathryn Brettell, Living, Non-Fiction, Survival, The Olive Picker

My First Author Interview

My fellow writer, Kathryn Brettell, author of, “The Olive Picker,” an intense memoir, conducted the following interview while I was nipping off what was left of my fingernails.  I hope you enjoy it. “This is an engaging read. It romps

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Writer Interrupted

“Turn the music down, Darling.  It’s difficult to concentrate.” Desmond strolled…no…sauntered… Sauntered, yes. Desmond sauntered into the pub Searching for Belinda She’s all right, she’s all right…cocaine.   “Please, Darling?  Keep the music down?” Searching for Belinda. She was angry,

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Posted in Fiction, Humor, Writing, Writing Process