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  • Although I agree completely with Kimberly's and Julie's remarks above, I must mention...published interviews, who works successfully in the make-it-perfect-as-you-go mode. This is definitely not for...
  • Well, I love Scrivener--I've been using it for not quite a month. Still in the very e...ns (in my case, often very long interruptions). I also really like the typing mode where you just keep going, no...
  • I definitely know what you mean when you say the world crea...a sticking point, that's when I'll go into research mode. I've found it useful to use...the India-Pakistan conflict over Kashmir as a rough model, and have each country claim...

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    Back to knocking on agent's doors for my latest manuscript, Heartache and Hope. It's a combo of contemporary women's fiction and historical fiction (partly based on my...
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    Hi Lynn, I do not mind being patient, but patience takes so long to learn. Just kidding. Have a good writing day.
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    The Keys to the Kingdom Finding Place in Historical Fiction When your eyes glaze ov...ronze mythical animals are situated above the entry way. Julia Morgan’s 1937 remodel of the façade and gold lobby...

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  • Deborah, I cried constantly from the first time I heard the news through Obama's speec...s. But when it's people I know personally and love deeply, I kick into 'brave' mode and remain solid as a rock, a...
  • Thank you, Helen. I long to exit from reception/anxiety mode--and am trying to concentrate on kind words from friends... It's definitely a mug's game to be so hooked to the marketplace--when the...
  • What a great post, Dani. I appreciate your perspective—always—on social media and onli...on NPR last night about boredom, and how it brings the brain back to "default mode," a critical state of mind fo...