Monthly Archives: March 2014

I’m Done . . . Now What Do I Do?

I just wrote the final words of Legends of Windemere: Sleeper of the Wildwood Fugue.  It was a rough trip with a lot of drama and adventure.  I really do need a break from the actual book writing.  This week … Continue reading

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Tomorrow Starts the Blog Tour!

As the title says, tomorrow is Day 1 of the 2 week blog tour for Legends of Windemere: Family of the Tri-Rune! I’ll be doing the thank you posts along with my usual stuff, so I do apologize for the … Continue reading

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School Time in a Story

A common stage of a hero’s journey is training.  Sometimes this is on the road experience in a ‘hard knocks’ type of thing.  Other times they get some training beforehand, which works for late teen/early twenty characters that are heading … Continue reading

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Book Review: Prodigy of Rainbow Tower

Originally posted on lilicasplace:
I hope all of my blogger friends are doing well today, and I hope that my first posted review has been helpful for some of you. If it was, I’ve also posted it on Amazon and…

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Book Review: A Pleasantly Different Kind of Thriller

Originally posted on 1WriteWay:
John W. Howell’s new novel, My GRL, is a pleasantly different kind of thriller.  The hero, John D. Cannon, lacks a few of the standard hero qualities that you might expect in a thriller novel.  He…

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Voices of Nature is LIVE!!!

The newest poetry book on the block! Help spread the word of Pamela and Kirsten’s collection of nature poems.

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Forgot a Goal

I forgot a goal for the coming weeks, which might be a repeat from before. I plan on going through the series I have planned and cleaning things up again.  It always happens after a few months that I find … Continue reading

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