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WRITING RACE

WRITING RACE by Laurel S. Peterson First of all, thanks, Debra, for having me on It’s…

Guest Blogger: Kassandra Lamb – When to End a Series

When to End a Series by Kassandra Lamb For the second time in my writing career,…

Poetry – Words of Beauty that I Simply Don’t Get

Sometimes I wonder why I feel such a passion for the written word and yet, I…

Guest Blogger: Charlotte Hunter – Looking for a Crime? Grave-Robbing

Looking for a crime? Grave-robbing by Charlotte Hunter For me, grave-robbing used to conjure thoughts of…

Guest Blogger Linda Lovely – Giving a Villain a First-Person POV

Giving the Villain a First-Person POV by Linda Lovely If the villain in a novel is…

Guest Blogger: Lynn Slaughter – Starting a Novel: One Writer’s Approach

Starting a Novel: One Writer’s Approach by Lynn Slaughter As both a writer and a voracious…

Guest Blogger: DonnaRae Menard – The Character Bio

Years ago I wrote for the fun of writing. I worked third shift and left chapters…

Guest Blogger: Connie Berry – THE DOMESDAY BOOK: Don’t Worry, It’s Not the End of the World

One of the themes in my Kate Hamilton Mystery series is the effect of the hidden…

Guest Blogger: Diane A.S. Stuckart – Living the Dream…Or Not

Living the Dream…Or Not by Diane A.S. Stuckart Running a bed and breakfast inn has been…

Guest Blogger: Sophy Smythe – Corruption in the Medical World

Guest blogger: Sophy Smythe – Corruption in the Medical World Sophy Smythe is my pen name.…

Guest Blogger: Maggie Toussaint – Staying in Character

Staying in Character by Maggie Toussaint When writing a series mystery, writers should strive for all…

Guest Blogger: Lynn-Steven Johanson – The Cat in the …Book

The Cat in the…Book by Lynn-Steven Johanson I’m a cat lover as well as a dog…

Storytelling and the Ides of March

Storytelling and the Ides of March by Debra H. Goldstein Today is the Ides of March.…

There’s Cooking and There’s Baking by Kaye George

  There’s Cooking and There’s Baking by Kaye George I know Sarah Blair doesn’t like to…

Our World by Debra H. Goldstein

The trees outside my window are bare. When we moved into this house a few months…

Patience and Personality

Patience and Personality by Debra H. Goldstein I am not a patient person. It isn’t that…