Monthly Archives: June 2014

Weekly Paranormal-Scope

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you. The paranormal scope is for entertainment purposes only and is … Continue reading

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A Good Book and. . .

  I don’t read as much as I used to–too busy writing these days–but when I do, I still find that reading is hard work. I always need sustenance for all that exhaustive brain power that goes into reading.  So nowadays … Continue reading

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From 8Pi-Con and More to Come

Our day started slow with getting registration and badges.  I was on one panel that that talked about How to Be A Good Panelist.  I met the Women of Broad Universe.  They have set up their room like a store … Continue reading

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Writing Quotes

What are you read reading this week? I’m reading Detective for the Innocent by J. H. McCarthy I like to search out and read different writers. But before I read their works, I look for quotes from them. It helps … Continue reading

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Meet The Head Scribbler by Gerri Brousseau

Hi Readers, Last Friday, Marian Lanouette talked about a great writing prompt group on Facebook called “Scribblers Ink.”  I thought it would be a great follow-up to have the founder, Robert Lerman, here today to tell us how Scribblers came … Continue reading

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Weather and Motivation

I live in the desert and it is beyond hot at this time of year. Even worse is that I know it will only get hotter over the next few months. My husband’s uncle who lives down in Nicaragua amidst … Continue reading

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Adding Humor to Deepen Your Story

As a paranormal and erotic romance author, you may think I don’t use humor much in my books. But actually, the contrary is true. The darker the story, the more essential the humor. Adding humor to books is something I’m … Continue reading

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