Monthly Archives: September 2014

Day 1: I Hate Missing the Previews (Part 1 of La Mujer Perdida)

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Retrospective

Originally posted on D.R. Meredith:
People called her That Hunter Woman and they didn’t mean it kindly, but Mattie Hunter suspected if she had her life given back to her to correct, she would make the same choices. She…

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The Greatest Distance Is Only a Thought Away (Or, A Morning on the Beach)

Originally posted on Eye-Dancers:
I have always loved the sea.  From the first time I experienced an ocean beach, I felt drawn to it, its vastness, the steady rhythm of the waves, the sounds and smells and textures.  Growing up…

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Georgia Author of The Year Awards

Originally posted on Caroline Clemens:
One hundred and eighteen authors from Georgia were honored back in June at the 50th Annual Georgia Author of The Year Awards. Spouses, children and parents came together for this celebration at the Kennesaw State…

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Final day – Sword of Destiny 0.99 for Kindle

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
While I wander the moors on which Sword of Destiny is set this weekend, the book celebrates its first year; a Kindle offer will be running for three days from 12th to…

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New Book Details and Title?

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A sneak peek of the prologue from my first novel, ‘The Light Station’

Originally posted on J.M. Weselby @ Magpie Creative Writing Services:
OK, so I’m working on a novel, called The Light Station. It’s set in the twenty-third and twenty-eighth centuries, and follows one Caesar Minnox, a lonely forty-something with a drinking…

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Character building in The Green Woman

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
Of all the characters in The Green Woman, the one who gave me the most trouble was Deborah. In her first incarnation she was repulsively heroic. So virtuous in fact that I rewrote her…

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