Monthly Archives: January 2014

Special Guest Today

What are you reading? I’m reading Air Time by Hank Phillippi Ryan. Today I’m interviewing Chris Jones one of the owners of the Monte Cristo Bookshop. I met Chris and Gina Jones last year at another author’s book signing. The … Continue reading

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Sharing a Dark Memory by Gerri Brousseau

It’s Monday night and there is absolutely nothing on TV, so while flipping through the channels I happened upon The Color Purple. What an amazing movie. It was made in 1985 and touched on so many issues; issues that are … Continue reading

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Dysfunctional Books

This week, m y day job is going to have us participate in an offsite—a day basically comprised of team building and profound discussions that will make us work better as a team. As I anticipate and prepare for this … Continue reading

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Hello? This is Your Voice Calling – by Leia Shaw

I don’t know why but when I sit down to write or plot a new book (or lay down cause, let’s face it, a lot of plotting happens when I’m trying to sleep), my first instinct is to go dark … Continue reading

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Oceanic Weekly Paranormal-Scope

While I’m not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked with the paranormal in the world. In many ways, so are you. The Paranormal-Scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant … Continue reading

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I’ve been playing the waiting game this weekend.  My daughter auditioned to get into a theatre program in college for next fall and I was a nervous wreck.  She was fine, I was crazy.  And the worst part was waiting … Continue reading

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A Memoir: When I met Maurice Sendak by Susan Hanniford Crowley

I was at the New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain, Connecticut. They are featuring a Maurice Sendak exhibit and events.  It brought back memories. In the late 1970s, I was an undergraduate student at the University of … Continue reading

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My Apologies for Missing Today’s Post.

What are you reading this week? I’m reading Dead Heat by Richard Castle.       Please accept my apologies for today’s missed post. I was in bed all week with the flu. The only thing that got me out … Continue reading

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Moving the Log Jam by Gerri Brousseau

After a great number of months of not writing, I’m excited to have started a new manuscript. It’s not as if I haven’t written a word in months. I have. I wrote press releases, bio’s, blog articles, a proposal for … Continue reading

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No Right Formula

My son has been into books lately, not for him to read yet but definitely to listen to at bed time. I love it as it is a way for me to share something I love so much with him … Continue reading

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