Tag Archives: Spring

For The Love Of…Spring

by Artemis Crow I live in southern New Hampshire so my spring really only started a few weeks ago. We even had a light snow in May, twice in one day. That’s not the norm, but in my town we … Continue reading

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Free Comic Book Day!!! By Susan Hanniford Crowley

With the coming of Spring, there are the usual sights such as tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths. How do I know when it’s really Spring? The first Saturday of May is Free Comic Book Day in the United States!!! YAY! This … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Land of Little Glaciers or How a New Book is Born!

  On the news today, one of the weather forecasters referred to the non-melting piles of snow in our yards as little glaciers. Due to the below freezing temperatures and an episode of freezing rain, they have solidified, so it’s … Continue reading

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Happy Spring by Stacy Hoff

According to my calendar, today is the first day of Spring. We’re on to a new season, whether the weather is ready, or not! The same can be said for writers. Spring is our “manuscript growing” season. In this period, … Continue reading

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Plowing Through by Stacy Hoff

Well, folks, I’m gaining some momentum on my new contemporary romance novel—finally! At long last, I’m getting more and more pages of my WIP (“work-in-progress”) underway. It’s slow going, but still a sure and steady sign that I’m plowing forward. … Continue reading

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First Day of Spring by Gerri Brousseau

Today is the First Day of Spring! For those of us in New England it has been a very long hard winter, and it appears as if despite the fact that the calendar reads “Spring Begins” Old Man Winter is … Continue reading

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Winter is holding on

What are you reading this week? I’m reading Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris Does this look familiar? If not, count yourself lucky. Though this is last year’s picture, we’ve been getting a free pass this year. It would … Continue reading

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Rebirth

It’s February, can you believe it?! How is that New Year’s resolution going? If it’s been tossed out the window at this point, don’t feel too bad. Statistically, it has been shown that most of us quit our New Year’s … Continue reading

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Rites of Spring and Chocolate

I was so busy Twiligting that I forgot about the Rites of Spring.  March 20th, Friday, was the first day of Spring, the Equinox, meaning equal day and night.  In the predawn sky Jupiter was visible low in the southeast near … Continue reading

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