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Category Archives: authors speak
Lou Sylvre has reposted her thoughtful and fun post about Shadowboxing on Authors Speak to celebrate the release of Comes a Horseman the final book in my WWII Echoes Rising series. Pop over to Authors Speak and read the post … Continue reading →
My author’s speak post this month is a writer’s slice of life. Big thanks to SJ Himes for the topic. Read the post here
My co-author Lou Sylvre is over at Authors Speak blogging about co-authoring. I love her perspective on our experience. Check out the post here
I’m over at Authors Speak for my monthly post and figured as I was knee deep in writing blog posts, what better topic than blog tours. Read the post here and don’t forget to enter the rafflecopter while it’s still … Continue reading →
My April post at Authors Speak is about Juggling Apples and Oranges, IE everything that comes with writing that isn’t just writing.
My post at Authors Speak this month is called ‘Days of Not Wine, and Roses’ and looks back at the month as it’s almost over.
I’m over at Authors Speak today blogging about my recent get together with fellow Kiwi author Gillian St Kevern. There’s also photos.
Tis the season for blog posts so I figured it was easier to do one post than several short ones. On the 28th I was at My Fiction Nook blogging about changing character dynamics in Winter Duet. On the 29th … Continue reading →
My post at Authors Speak this month is about community – after the events here a couple of weeks ago, it’s a subject very much on my mind.
This month’s post is up on Authors Speak, and the topic is courtesy of a friend I work with at the library. Characters need to eat and sleep but how much time do I spend on that in a story? … Continue reading →