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    This is what I don't understand. How does one become a writer? And when do you bec...leave in due time. If that doesn't work, try the toilet, or in French, ca'mode. Toilet or Ca'mode means to refresh the body, wh...
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    This is what I don't understand. How does one become a writer? And when do you bec...leave in due time. If that doesn't work, try the toilet, or in French, ca'mode. Toilet or Ca'mode means to refresh the body, wh...
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    It was where movies stars used to go and rest up, be pamper...script their agents had just sent over. A series of modest bungalows set around a beau...setts. Back when his books didn’t sell or sold only modestly, they lived in a much sma...
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    I'm a hula hooping, chocolate crazed, wine tossing, giggle box who is OBSESSED with cupcakes and bee-bopping around this crazy world.
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    Hi. I love creative writing and most of my writing has found a place in the genre of Vignettes. However I am working on expanding my ability in other types of writing,...

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  • Ah, the intorverted writer finds herslef in a crowd, I know the scenario well.  The ve...ple I don't know I still have the tendency to be a wallflower. I'm in observer mode afterall. But, I now teach wr...
  • Wonderful essay!  I don't mind those 'on-the-spot' conversations.  Mama raised me to b...ay be completely different once I actually sell a book.  I could go into panic mode. But then... that's what the...
  • Come see us in Sonoma when you're in the San Francisco Bay Area. Here in "wine country," our outstanding local indy is Readers' Books. Lilla Weinberger, co-owner with her husband, schedules readings.