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Query Update and the Wait

I’ve been busy with work, taking care of my 83-year-old mother (who recently had some setbacks, but is doing better), and moving. Not much time to devote to writing or querying, but I’m squeezing in some queries to agents here … Continue reading

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Road to Publication: An Incurable Bibliomania

Do you ever start a book and know right away that you don’t want it to end? I felt that way recently when I began reading The Bookman’s Tale: A Novel of Obsession by Charlie Lovett. It’s quite a dichotomy … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Starting or Joining a Critique Group

Writing partners can give you invaluable feedback and help bring your writing to the next level—and beyond! Becoming part of a critique group is one of the best things I’ve done for my writing. Before that, I was writing in … Continue reading

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Why I Love to Write for Children

I’ve been to three graduations this summer: one nephew finished up high school and another nephew and a goddaughter graduated from college. Each graduate is off on an entirely different adventure. My younger nephew enters the world of college in … Continue reading

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