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  • Robin, I hear what you're saying, but I'm not really sure why you thought I was attacking Harlequin as vigorously as you seem to think I was. I claimed that they give...
  • The topic of authenticity seems to be cropping up all over the place. Granted I do a lot of reading and research on areas where authenticity would be likely to be a fr...
  • Hi Terri, Yes, it is a necessary evil, unfortunately. Branding works both ways. You got brands that scream luxury, if not quality (e.g. Tiffany & Co.) and you got brands that you know are cheap (e.g. Goodwill) and sometimes poorly produced.
  • I love books - the sound of paper, the feel of a binding, especially a leather one, the varieties of typefaces.  All of the above.  But my cup  [or my bookshelves] run...
  • Rebecca-- I agree-- a spouse who makes this possible is a gift. That's definitely a luxury in life. 
  • Hi Meg!  I found your post tres interessante.  I am now finishing my memoir highlighting my spiritual and emotional journey throughout adulthood,  I also changed the n...
  • You underestimate yourself as a "trailblazer."  While you apparently do not recline in the lap of luxury, you belong with those people who had an idea and made it happ...
  • Hi Brooke, I don't know what the statistics are about product sales by writers who get involved in politics vs those who only hover in the writing and promotion indus...
  • I've learned that there are a few things I will have to accept if I'm going to be a mother that writes. And by that I mean a mother that writes while her kids are arou...
  • What you say about the daily practice is very true—I was recently whining to my therapist about not having accomplished anything for days and she said "But you did—you...