New Year’s has come and gone and with it went my motivation. It didn’t help that I came down with some type of intestinal bug the night of January 2, robbing me of two days of productivity. The only benefit of such a bug is that it can help you shed some of those holiday pounds, but even that…Continue
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After two years and two novels published, I'd like to share my top tips for new authors, with the hope that my experiences will save you time and minimize stress! Feel free to comment and/or add your thoughts!
Good editorial advice is precious. The editorial process can be long and painful, but a good editor will skillfully fine-tune your story so it resonates with readers. When faced with an editor’s suggested changes, ask…Continue
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* Foot note.
So, let's say there's this young guy named Thomas Williams. Daddy is a salesman, who travels as much as possible, and drinks, both at home and on the road.
Mama, the daughter of an Episcopal priest (read someone of high social…
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Democrats or Republicans pesidental candidates
New Hampshire ten counties
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New England colonies
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CEO and creative writing. These may seem like oddly paired concepts, and, if you saw my grungy getup as I write this, you'd say that, at least in the fashion department, I'm an unsuitable choice to CEO anything.…Continue
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In his heyday, Burt Reynolds owned $100,000 worth of custom-made toupees.
(Vanity Fair, 12/15)
The average American looks at their phone 46 times each day.
One percent of babies worldwide are born with autism.
95% of supercenterians - people who live longer than 110 years -- are women.
Having an episode of intense anger is associated with an 8.5 times greater likelihood of having a heart…Continue
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Happy New Year Hungry Readers!
Here's my 2016 TBR list:
What book are you most excited to devour this…
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French Cinema in Close-up: La vie d'un acteur pour moi, was presented at the National Arts Club (New York City) on September 16, 2015. Check out the video of the event!…Continue
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‘filters’ is my first fiction novel. It was a pleasure to write and I hope it will be a book you enjoy reading as well. It is the story of Ashton Lancaster, a woman with an unusual gift- she has the power to read the thoughts of others. Here is the link to the book trailer:…Continue
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Lynn Steward is a successful business woman who spent many years in New York City’s fashion industry in marketing and merchandising, including the development of the first women’s department at a famous men’s clothing store. Through extensive research, and an intimate knowledge of the period, Steward created the…Continue
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Cherry Blossom Diaries Buffalo to Washington 1942 - 1945 will be launched at The Saturn Club of Buffalo Thursday, June 18. This is a story in diary form following her days in Washington during the war years. She was twenty-one when she left Buffalo. Deborah Peters wanted to help win the war. She…Continue
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Hello everyone- did you know my book is now available on Kindle? Please consider purchasing a copy. Those of you from the NYC area will especially enjoy it as there are many references to the city and surrounding areas. Thank you so much:)…
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