Monthly Archives: February 2007

Greatest Songs of the Seventies–Meme me, baby

You can thank Sandy Lender of http://todaythedragonwins.com for sending me this meme. Okay, I’m not much of a seventies fan—considering I don’t remember the seventies. However, I do listen to oldies and attend occasional wedding receptions, so here’s my list … Continue reading

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Vote for Brian Carnell as the Biggest Narnia Fan!

Hey everyone! I want to tell you about my good friend and kindred spirit, Brian Carnell. Brian is one of my advance readers—a select group of people whom I trust to give me honest, educated feed back about my writing. … Continue reading

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A Prophecy Forgotten Officially in Editing!

Archebooks has posted a production schedule. It doesn’t have any projected dates of release, but it does show what’s going on with each contracted book. As you can see, A Prophecy Forgotten is red, meaning that it’s “in editing,” meaning … Continue reading

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My Adventures at the Bell Tower Craft Fair

I just spent Wednesday and Thursday sitting at a craft fair with two fellow Archebooks authors, Sara Williams and Linda Billodeau. Sara is a mystery author who wrote The Don Juan Con and The Serenoa Scandal. The Don Juan Con, … Continue reading

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My Computer Crashed! ARGH!

Well everyone, my computer has officially crashed. Everything stored on it—from finances to pictures to Outlook (my address/calendar program)–is officially gone. (You’ll notice that my writing is not gone. That’s because I work off my thumb drive and store my … Continue reading

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