Monthly Archives: April 2015

Wordless Wednesday: Kentucky Derby

Ride on American Pharoah!

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Softcover Sunday

My book pick this week is another great romance from my colleague and fellow Chicago North member, Elizabeth Harmon. Her first book in the “Red Hot Russians” series was published a few weeks ago. Called, Pairing Off, it is a … Continue reading

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Fortune Cookie Friday

Words to live by if you are a writer: Knowledge rests not upon truth alone, but upon error also. Carl Jung  

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Wordless Wednesday – Lousann’s House

The protagonist in my next book — a mystery, no romance — is Lousann Linkous. She lives in a Victorian house in the small Colorado town of Cloud River. I picture her house looking something like this:

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Manic Monday – Literary Maps

This week I was attracted by a post on one of their member forums about a literary map exhibit at the Boston library.  I like the idea of a literary map. It speaks to the left-brain side of me that … Continue reading

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Softcover Sunday – Ruth Kaufman

My book pick this week is “At His Command” by Ruth Kaufman. Ruth is a member of the Chicago North Chapter of Romance Writers of America, as am I. Last Monday she was our speaker, and she presented on self-publishing. Ruth … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

In the upper Midwest, rain brings hope of summer.

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