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In search of: McDonaldland cookies copycat recipe

December has been flying by, so please pardon the lack of updates. To catch you up quickly, I did finish NaNoWriMo a winner but The Pembroke Engine is not finished yet. I’ve actually been struggling hard to move the narrative … Continue reading

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The night before

The full moon is shining on the snowy ground, pumpkin bread and muffins are in the oven, and I’m nearly ready to go. My annual Macy’s parade live blog commences at 9:00 AM tomorrow! Quick update on all the rest: … Continue reading

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Back on the NaNoWriMo bus

It’s November, and that means NaNoWriMo is underway again. True to my word I’ve taken up the baton and I’m having at it for a third time, with the third installment in the Paranormal Curio series: The Pembroke Engine. So … Continue reading

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Even grayer

Right after my last post, I went up to Canada for vacation. This was my first time going in September, and it was a different place (same lake) and a different experience. I had gotten used to the rather warmer … Continue reading

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Book in flux

I’ve recently had the privilege of getting some excellent feedback on Gray Area, which I’d like to get released at some point. This is the kind of book where I really needed feedback, though, because it raises such huge questions … Continue reading

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Flash fiction: Cotton Eye Joe

Now and then I see interesting posts on the subreddit /r/WritingPrompts. Today I saw one that was too good to pass up: After he ruined your relationship, you finally come face to face with Cotton Eye Joe. I knew I … Continue reading

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The next book

Since getting The Well of Moments out, I’ve been wondering what to do next in terms of book releases. I basically have three books sitting in the can right now: Gray Area, and the first two volumes of Merchantman Halflight. … Continue reading

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