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On the road and in Nashville

I have just posted a photo in my profile section — not the photo I intended to publish, but I’m on my laptop and working with limited options. So what you’re looking at (provided anyone is looking) is a photo of my son and my late dog–he of LIVE WITH REGIS AND KELLY fame. I…

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On the road and in Nashville

I have just posted a photo in my profile section — not the photo I intended to publish, but I’m on my laptop and working with limited options. So what you’re looking at (provided anyone is looking) is a photo of my son and my late dog–he of LIVE WITH REGIS AND KELLY fame. I…

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Saturday musings

A friend and I are having an email discussion about Myers-Briggs and how some of us are wired or bent to feel more comfortable writing in certain genres and touching certain topics . . . And I read an article about Brett Lott, and I finished his book that’s a retelling of Ruth/Naomi last month…

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Saturday musings

A friend and I are having an email discussion about Myers-Briggs and how some of us are wired or bent to feel more comfortable writing in certain genres and touching certain topics . . . And I read an article about Brett Lott, and I finished his book that’s a retelling of Ruth/Naomi last month…

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A Lunch of Like Minds . . .

I enjoyed a special treat today–one of my dearest writer friends was in town, so we met at this little tea shoppe for brunch . . . and sat and talked for nearly four hours. We talked about our books, of course, but also about our families, our goals, and our dreams. We’ve been involved…

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A Lunch of Like Minds . . .

I enjoyed a special treat today–one of my dearest writer friends was in town, so we met at this little tea shoppe for brunch . . . and sat and talked for nearly four hours. We talked about our books, of course, but also about our families, our goals, and our dreams. We’ve been involved…

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