Monthly Archives: December 2009

One Upon A Christmas Eve

“Close the door, would you?” Chelsea’s internal voice called to her father. She slid the bag of groceries onto the counter and turned back to kick the front door closed. Much as she’d like to have given it a quick … Continue reading

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Fiction and Life

Image by C London Day Five A writer’s path never comes to destination as there is always more. More stories to tell, more worlds to explore, more inspirations to see and convey by the most powerful force on earth…words. There … Continue reading

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(A Wonderful) Life Goes On

Image by C London Day Four The rain sputters against the slate of my cottage roof gurgling in the downspout. It has been light since three a.m. Days here on Skye never really end as the summer solstice approaches. Light … Continue reading

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Setbacks Are A Part Of Every Journey

Day Three First release slated for June of 2007, I forged on writing and rewriting. My first manuscript and story of my heart (Soul In His Eyes) was making real strides forward in edits. Readers were in tears one chapter … Continue reading

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Day Two – Rock On the Writer’s Journey

Day Two Monthly meetings at which an author, agent or editor spoke didn’t seem enough. Bitten by the writer’s bug, I had it bad. I needed to know everything I could about the business side of this new undertaking I … Continue reading

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