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Innate Identity vs. Imagining the “Other”

With all three books of the Tankborn trilogy completed and released into the wild, I’m doing as a writer does and working on my next project. Not to give too much away, but it’s a dark fantasy YA with a … Continue reading

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Goals–Fear & Loathing

This week for Road Trip Wednesday, YA Highway asks, What are your goals for the new year–for reading, writing, or other? I gotta tell ya, this kind of question always terrifies me. It goes along with that equally frightening question, … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

To all who celebrate the holiday, I hope you have a blessed, joyful, family-filled day.

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Who Are You (woot-woot)?

This week, YA Highway asks the questions How do you decide on names? Would you ever name a character after a friend/family member/ex? Back when I was writing romances, I wanted everyday names for my characters. So I kept a … Continue reading

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It’s My Birthday, and I’ll Blog if I Want To

I have the coolest birthday in the world, most especially today’s. I’m lucky enough to have a birthday in December when all the Christmas festivities are in full swing (and Chanukah, since I married my Jewish hubby 30+ years ago). … Continue reading

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New Book Sale (the cat is out of the bag)

About a month ago, I wrote a blog post in response to a YA Highway Road Trip Wednesday prompt that asked, What do you hope to be writing in one year? Three? Five? In that post I was very cagey … Continue reading

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RTW – Creative Inspiration

This week’s blog prompt at YA Highway is When you need creative inspiration, where do you go? My first, off the top of my head response, the shower, is a little too cliche, so I’ll offer up some other options. … Continue reading

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