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This urban fiction, paranormal romance, and fantasy Adult and YA writer loves reading good books almost as much as writing them. She plots, daydreams and does research for her novels. When not imagining twists and turns for her manuscript plot, she blogs, watercolor paints or connects on Twitter and Facebook. And in the slimmest spare time possible she also participates in an awesome critique group, SCBWI Western Washington meetings and conferences. A tea and strong coffee lover, prefers sunshine over rain and wears designer high heels to the least appropriate places like her son's soccer practice.
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Angela, I just saw your post on Twitter. Thank you so much for asking about my blog. I'm actually working on it as we speak. I just want to make sure I have a defined platform before taking it live so I stay don't become one of those individuals that starts one only for it to disappear into the wide world web never to be heard from again. I estimate that I will have it up by Christmas. Very excited and I look forward to sharing with the world.
Hello Angela! Reading your profile made me smile because I too have worn the high heels to my kid's sporting events. I make no apologies either. Flaunt it or lose it is my mantra. I think I get it from my grandmother who is longer with us. She was the grand dame of fashion in our family. Never one to go out without make-up, a classy outfit and a nice handbag. Thank you for the friend request. I love supporting other authors no matter what the subject so I look forward to checking out your blog and cheering you on as you complete your novel.
Shannon, thanks for your latest comment re the requirement for content within the nature writing genre. What we don't want are more descriptions of shimmering sunsets etc. I'm paraphrasing Mark Tredinnick below, an…"