Monthly Archives: April 2015

An Interview with C. J. Fosdick

It’s so good to have you as a guest on my blog, C. J. I understand you are giving away two ebook copies of Accidental Wife to names drawn from the comments. Make sure to leave your email address when … Continue reading

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Why Passion Trumps All (An inspirational post)

Originally posted on Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors:
Today’s post is inspired by a blog post written by a 24-year-old dying man who offered some words of wisdom I believe can be useful for us as writers.  This isn’t really…

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April in the Ozarks

Originally posted on Freeda Baker Nichols:
When it’s April in the Ozarks and the birds are on the wing, when the showers falling gently cause the meadowlark to sing. The bird of blue fights the sparrow and wins the honor to nest inside…

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A-Z Blog Challenge 2015–Crystal Fix–Kionite

Because I’m busy getting edits done on one book and proofing the one coming out in May, I’m posting this blog from friend and fellow writer. Think you’ll enjoy her journey.

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Is Poe Too Scary?

When I first decided to twist the titles of Edgar Allan Poe for my sexy, dark, and gritty mystery series, I began to research this talented writer. The first book in my series is The Purloined Skull, twisted from Poe’s … Continue reading

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Tribute to Chesty

Originally posted on Pamela Foster, Author and Speaker:
Jack and I brought Chesty home as a six week old pup. He was about ten pounds then – a small, black, yellow-eyed whirlwind of mischief and energy. Within hours Jack and…

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