Monthly Archives: April 2014

Why in the World Did You Write That?

…or how could you read it over ten times and still miss a trypo? © Kiss Botond | Dreamstime Stock Photos Today I had a call from a fan and fellow writer eager to enroll in one of my workshops to be held June … Continue reading

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Arkansas celebrates spring

Normally in Arkansas spring arrives the end of February when the old fashioned jonquils, planted a century or more ago, burst forth in glorious bloom. They are almost like wild flowers, for the woods are filled with them. Yet they … Continue reading

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Everyone Loves A Mystery

…or if they don’t, they sometimes like other qualities embodied in mysteries. Perhaps they latch on to a character, especially in a mystery series, and decide to follow only because of that character. So it’s up to the author to … Continue reading

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History is Full of Surprises

My guest today is Shanna Hatfield, author of historical western romances. Shanna, welcome to my blog. I know my readers will enjoy your post about historical fiction and the western romance series you tell us about. Thank you, Velda, for … Continue reading

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