Monthly Archives: September, 2008
At the time of that story, I didn’t think about how what I listened to affected my writing.
This month I’ve decided to do something a little different. Though I’ve been involved with several writer’s groups and organizations over the years, I have yet to complete a novel length project. There, I said it. Whew, that feels better. I have published a short story and for a time had a column in a local newspaper […]
On a recent flight to Las Vegas I was fortunate enough to be accompanied by a group of Pool players. I use the word fortunate because I had given my muse the responsibility of coming up with a topic for my next blog as I settled back to enjoy my vacation. I am finding that […]
Back in 2000 I got deep into a story about selling antiques online. The premise of the story was that a young antique dealer was selling something online, and it turned out to be something more valuable than she knew, and many people wrote asking her to end the auction early and sell it outright. […]
I am writing a cozy mystery. I have never had the desire to write a cozy mystery, but I am writing one. I hope to have sequels to it, also. I didn’t realize how much I would learn writing this mystery. I am what people call a “seat of my pants” writer. I sit down […]