Monthly Archives: April 2015

“Hope Is the Thing with Feathers”

The following famous Emily Dickinson poem is apropos for any author concluding the arduous process of writing a book (as in your truly). A certain amount of apprehension always attends these times, apprehension in particular that the book will find … Continue reading

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The Pain and Perils of Revision

I just “finished” a book I’d been working on for nearly a year. Every writer will understand why I put the word finished in quotes, because, truly, it is never really finished until it is published, is it? The manuscript … Continue reading

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Letter G The April A to Z Challenge #AtoZChallenge

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Day 7 of the April A to Z challenge and you are joining me for my book character them, plus some audience participation below. Letter G is for Garnet Sullivan in The Devil, The Diva…

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