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  • Thanks for such a detailed explanation! I always wondered how others did it (edit / re...was faced with the challenge. I've spent a good part of the past month in edit mode (on the computer, using a col...
  • Great question!  Literary fiction is a moving target, and it depends on what you're comparing it to.  In the past, genre fiction of any sort was never considered 'lite...
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    Without going into academic definitions of Native-American beliefs and totemism, let me get a bit New-Age spiritual on the group and ask if anyone else uses and/or bel...
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    "Ah minna hoe! Ah minna hoe!" Can you translate these mysterious words into everyday English? When you read my novel, "Sweet Music on Moonlight Ridge," you'll know jus...
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    When asked about the inspiration for my novel, I answer simply: “I love libraries.” Libraries of all shapes and sizes; new libraries and old libraries; libraries here,...
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    Al Jaffee: MAD Magazine’s All-Around “Mentsh” with Much “Tam” About a year ago at this time, I interviewed two recently emerged and international musical performers...

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  • Janay Lampkin commented on her article Don't Hate on #Hashtags
    Hi Kelly! No problem! Hashtags drive traffic to a specific feed based on the words you used in the hashtag.  there is no way to 'choose' your link.  The hashtag simply...
  • Dear friend Lene, thank you SO much for the beautiful gem of a memoir. See my reviews at: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1395970109 Mary Latela's Reviews > B...
  • I like to mix it up! Writing at home is good in the morning, when it's quiet. Afternoons are good at the library or Starbucks (somehow I have no problem tuning out the...