Tag Archives: Stephen King

Spooky Reads for October

October is my favorite month, always has been. The weather turns cooler, I can wear sweaters, which I love, the leaves here in Virginia are startlingly gorgeous in their brilliant reds, oranges, and golds. But most of all I love … Continue reading

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My Favortie Scary Books

With Halloween approaching at the speed of fright, I thought I’d share my favorite scary stories, all from the pen of the master of fear, Stephen  King.  I have loved Stephen King’s works for at least 30 years.  I’ve read … Continue reading

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Handling the Nay Sayers by Gerri Brousseau

It seems when you tell someone you are a romance writer, you still hear snickering.  Then start the comments and questions, such as: “If you ever need any research for your love scenes, I’m your man” (I’m thinking “in your … Continue reading

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Being Mean by Gerri Brousseau

As some of you may know, I recently signed a contract with Soul Mate Publishing who will be publishing two of my novels, and the high has not worn off yet.  And if that wasn’t excitement enough, I found out … Continue reading

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How Does a Story Develop?

How do you all come up with the ideas for your novellas or novels? Or even your blogs and articles? I can’t help but wonder how the writer’s mind works. Don’t get me wrong. I definitely don’t believe there is … Continue reading

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The Exercise of Writing

Stephen King’s book On Writing mentions that writers write almost every day (if not every day) of the year. I’m not sure if that is true although I suspect it is close. Either way, I have to say writing daily … Continue reading

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