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Monthly Archives: August 2013
From Winter Duet – word count 16,680 “Remember you’ll be in the shadow of the mountains again before too long and night falls quickly. It is important that the supplies get through to Kassel. The town has been in a … Continue reading
Welcome Posy Roberts to my LJ today. She’s talking about a topic I’m very enthused about – what’s on her bookshelf, and sharing an excerpt from her new book Spark
A Knight to Remember is featured at Dawn’s Reading Nook today. Pop over, and take a look around the site.
A big welcome on my LJ today to fellow Dreamspinner author Rob Colton today. Rob’s blogging about his new novella, The Ranch Foreman, and about his writing process.
I’m blogging at Tempeste O’Riley’s on the topic of unexpected guests – those characters who turn up in a story, often without warning, and then decide to stick around and stay. Pop over and say hi, and take a look … Continue reading
Blogging today at Sarah Madison’s about New Zealand, and sharing photos. Pop over and say and take a look around her site. Thanks, Sarah, for asking me to come back and blog about New Zealand 🙂
I’m blogging at JR Loveless’ today on writing heroes (and heroines) who aren’t stereotypes. Pop over and say hi and take a look around her blog.
I’m blogging about dragons over at ARE Cafe… Pop over, read, and explore the rest of the shifter month celebrations. In other news I submitted Shades of Sepia to Dreamspinner Press last night. Keep your fingers crossed
From Shades of Sepia – almost ready to submit, word count 71,701 The taser slipped from his hand and slid along the floor, just out of reach. Ben kicked out with his other leg. The grip on his ankle loosened. … Continue reading