Category Archives: Coaching

Women’s Weekend Writing Retreat!

I have invited Author Bobbi Lerman to tell us about her upcoming Women’s Weekend Writing Retreat and the purpose for it! I want to write… but the dishes are piling up. I want to write… but I have that huge … Continue reading

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What I Have Learned from Life So Far, Part 1 by Susan Hanniford Crowley

I’ve learned lots of things about people, pets, life and the oddities of my profession. First, I learned that there is always another horizon, a new story, an option I never figured on, and a different way of doing things. … Continue reading

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Mason Monday. The Zombie Zone.

You’ve have entered the Zombie Zone. If you aren’t an undead or life impaired, you’ll need at least two guidelines. Don’t call an undead or life impaired person a zombie it’s derogatory and offensive to them. This one is for … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Monday. I’ve found the perfect dress so now I’m ready to go to Orlando.

Those of you that come by my blog know, I’m French. My critique partner is up for a GH (Golden Heart for Romantic Suspense.) She invited me as her date to the Award Ceremony. Since the announcement I was asked … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Thursday. What happen to great minds? By the waste side of the Greeks.

While I was doing my Monday post, I was thinking. I know that’s where my problem started, of course. As I was reread on the Greeks a slight tingle of annoyance moved through me. It happens even to evil masterminds … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Monday. The Greeks knew a thing or maybe two.

Admittedly, I have an obsession with the classics. Why? Okay, so I am one of those people that believes that there is nothing that hasn’t written about. That doesn’t mean we as story tellers cannot evoke our readers in new … Continue reading

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It’s Mason Thursday. Method of the strange kid.

The more I get to know other writers the more I realize, I’m the strange kid in the group. Some of you may have come to that conclusion much faster than I did. What can I say, you’re just sharp … Continue reading

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