Blog 5

One of the issues I have a problem with is what I call the ‘Charlie Brown’ syndrome. Where the hero never seems to catch a break and the ‘bad guy’ is always one step ahead until the very end. I find this style of writing tedious. You won’t find this in my novels. One of […]

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Blog 4

I love Christmas. It is my favorite time of the year. I usually have all decorations and shopping done by the beginning of December. Then I can focus on baking goodies. I have made a lot of my own gifts over the years, so I start that in January. Sweaters, shawls, quilts, ornaments and jewelry […]

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Blog 3

I am a linear writer. I write from the beginning and tell the characters story that way. Some of the websites I accessed to learn how to write said I should write the ending first, then go to the beginning. Other websites suggested I make copious notes and fit them into the story where they […]

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Blog 2

I had only intended to write one book, however that one book was so long that it required me to split it in half and book two was born. I had to seriously think about how many pages I was willing to tackle when personally reading a novel. I figured if I had a limit, […]

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Blog 1

When I first started thinking about writing a book, vampires were all the rage, so I thought I would jump on that bandwagon. I took my thoughts to my family and they loved what I had outlined. Then I began writing and as I wrote things started to change. My vampire became an alien. HuH? […]

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