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ONE YEAR LATER

it’s hard to believe it is one year later since I posted on this blog. There are several reasons, some might be excuses, but for the most part, I got lost in the advance promotion and later marketing of CC’S Road Home. I would like to tell you about it. When your book is ready […]

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A New Book and More

So starting a new book. What if CC’S mom is the main character. What if you add details you might have wanted to when you read about Loreen in CC? What year might it be? Why is she living in New Orleans? What is she doing now? Where is CC? Does Loreen have any contact […]

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OCTOBER IS DISABILITY AWARENESS MONTH

Looking back on my blog last June, I wrote about my initial shoulder replacement surgery and the aftermath. For the remainder of 2018 I coventrated on my physical therapy and consequences of the surgery. I also announced my returning to writing my novel using the fingers of my right hand. I was not too keen […]

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Going on Now!

There is an event going on now. CC’ S Road Home is available for pre order. The campaign is going on now. Please go to my homepage to see link and information to complete the pre order. Thank you for considering this option.

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CC’S Road Home

THE COVER IS ANNOUNCED ON ALL PLATFORMS. GET YOUR PRE-ORDERED COPY SOON. LINK WILL BE POSTED HERE.

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FRIENDS FOR LIFE

Interesting title, don’t you think? What does it really mean. As young children, we swore friends forever by crossing our fingers. Girls even had a sure fire method by crossing pinkies. Boys? I’ve heard they beat each other up and a bond is created. What does this picture reveal? It was sent to me by […]

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COVER IS COIMNG

I POSTED AN ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT MY COVER REVEAL. wILL BE POSTED ON FB, TWITTER, AND INSTAGRAM TOMORROW AROUND NOON. JULY 28. AND OF COURSE HERE ON MY WEBSITE. CHECK IT OUT ON ALL PLATFROEMS. AS ALWAYS, THANKS FOR FOLLOWING.

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WHEN WRITING GETS HARD AND YOU NEED A PUBLISHER

Here I was in the late summer of 2019 with a completed young adult novel and no place to go. I knew I had revisions ahead of me, so I returned to the advice of my old friend, Margo Dill, from Women on Writing (WOW). She has a website Editor 911 devoted to helping authors […]

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WHEN A DISABILITY MAKES WRITING HARD

The title of this article is taken from #amwiting last year. Another writer discussed how difficult it is to keep working with physical ailments. Some folks know a little of my story. I have not divulged a great deal about what happened to me because I was so engrossed in a comeback to my writing. […]

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THE WORK OF PUBLISHING

How does it begin? Seems simple on the face of it. Meet a publisher or agent at a conference, get their card, and snail mail a copy of your manuscript or send a manuscript file as an attachment. Seems simple enough, right? And in some rare cases, and I do mean rare, it might work. […]

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