Monthly Archives: March 2015

Originally posted on Freeda Baker Nichols:
Though not as colorful as he, she’s still a lovely sight to see. They make a very handsome pair on the ground or in the air.

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It Had to do With Sex

  Do you know why women were expected to ride side saddle in the old days? Read on and I’ll tell you. March is women’s history month, which is a perfect time for a writer of western historical romance. The … Continue reading

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Throwing A Conference

  We talk about throwing a party a lot, but today I’d like to write just a bit about what it takes to throw a conference.  Our Critique group decided over ten years ago that we might like to have … Continue reading

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Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

  Most writers don’t want to hear that nonsense. We like to believe that our words are so clever that we can outdo any picture in capturing the attention of a reading audience. Well, yes, our books must sing in … Continue reading

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Harper Lee and Me

Originally posted on Buried Under Books:
Returning guest blogger Sunny Frazier, whose first novel in the Christy Bristol Astrology Mysteries, Fools Rush In, received the Best Novel Award from Public Safety Writers Association, is here today to talk about Harper…

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It’s All You

Originally posted on thelongandwritingroad:
Here’s a quick thought for your Thursday: Be careful who you emulate and try your best not to imitate others in your path to fulfillment. That will mar your steps and muddle the awareness of your…

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Originally posted on Author J. M. Davis:
March 1st through March 7th is read an eBook week  at Smashwords. You can download all of my eBooks for #FREE this week. Click here to download PORTRAIT OF CONSPIRACY or any of…

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Women As Myth-Makers

Originally posted on Staci Troilo:
Day 5 of the Oghma Creative Media Blog-a-Thon, by Sylvia Dickey Smith Reblogged from Women As Myth-Makers by Sylvia Dickey Smith on February 5, 2015 I make no bones about it; I am a lover…

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