Monthly Archives: October 2013

Meet Elaine Dodge, author of Harcourt’s Mountain

“Tell me what you don’t see.”  It’s almost as good as, “What if…” For a writer, these magical phrases launch adventures. They begin the journey of one idea giving life to another, linking the pictures in my mind with the … Continue reading

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The dream

Last night, I dreamt I was at a children’s writers convention. Much to my surprise, I received an honorable mention for something I penned, and I was invited to join a panel of writers at the front of the room. I … Continue reading

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Meet romance author, Kate Robbins

Kate Robbins writes historical romance novels out of pure escapism and a love for all things Scottish, not to mention a life-long enjoyment of reading romance. Her journey into storytelling began with a short screenplay she wrote, directed, and produced … Continue reading

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Discovering the villain within

Work continues on my third novel, A Year with Geno. But it has been slow going because I’m writing about unpleasant things happening to Geno’s two teenage boys, Anthony and Chris. They visit Las Vegas (dare I say Lost Vegas) … Continue reading

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