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  • That sounds great, what is the name of your book? I’d like one that goes along with the current mode of tiny habits, small things one can do daily to make a difference. Of course, I want the big ideas, too, but it feels overwhelming at times.
  • I don't have an MFA. My bachelor's degree is in journalism and my master's degree is i...it comes to fiction writing, I think the school of life is as important as any mode of formal education. That sai...
  • Since the main character/narrator, Rosalind, in my book relies on stories from her pas...oed in my head as I wrote, its lovely Southern lilt lulling me into a creative mode just as surely as opera.  Bec...

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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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    Grocery Shopping During Covid-19 Instead of my usual little informative blogs, here is a story for you. Yesterday, at the grocery store, I walked around feeling as...
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    Military veteran and first-time novelist Matthew Robinson did not want to presume too...d finalist, includes interventions and interruptions by a skeptical, fictional model for a fictional character:...

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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...
  • Hi Gretchen, Thank you for your insights on ways to handle criticism. I just finished turning in my final draft of my first book, "Now I See the Moon: a mother, a son...
  • I learned to touch-type at age 10 (on my mother's Royal manual typewriter), so for me typing is as natural as writing by hand. I think I'm a better writer on the compu...