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Author’s Notes My Next Big Thing

I’ve been invited to participate in the Next Big Thing blog series, in which authors get to describe what they are working on right now. I was invited to participate Donis Casey, who posted her own Next Big Thing last week at http://www.doniscasey.com. Then at the end of this blog, I’m tagging other writers who […]

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Research–Exhausting or Invigorating?

Research is inevitable when writing a book whether its fiction or nonfiction. It was only after working with elder Marguerite Ensminger for three years did I decide to write Change of Heart for my sons. Later I followed up with Heart of Courage. Not only did she teach me the difficult guttural sounds of the […]

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Craft Fairs: Fun or Folly for Authors?

Craft Fairs Fun or Folly for Authors? What a craft fair! This past weekend I was a vendor at my high school Craft Fair. Go Bears! I haven’t been back since I graduated in 1983. But then again, I went to the old school and now there stands a gorgeous new school, which was surely […]

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