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  • Jennifer--I've been thinking about the question in the header of this discussion since...up is a straw dog. Who really thinks about motherhood in a Leave it to Beaver mode anymore? To pretend that you...
  • Over the years, I have started taking a more informal approach to interviewing. I find it relaxes the interviewer and allows them to "shine" more--if they can just tal...
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    Dear : All his life, Alannian, the protagonist in ALANNIAN AND THE SWORD OF AZALLYAN, has enjoyed having fun with his friends and playing pranks...
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  • I do have a Facebook Fan page, thank you for asking! For all my thousands of . . . Facebook fans. Ahem. Carving Angels Christmas story
  • Jan you don't need to write younger, you just need to write respectfully. It sounds a bit like you don't empathize with being a teenager, or value your life experience...
  • I think we alll suffer self-doubt. Humility and the desire to persevere beyong our own worst critic is what sometimes produces writing that is at its best - glaringly honest and heartfelt. Sharing these moments of doubt makes the experience more bearable.