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I’ll be at the fabulous Village Lights Bookstore in Madison, Indiana on Small Business Saturday (11/30) helping out customers (like YOU!) The idea of authors helping to hand-sell at Indie bookstores came from the amazing author, Sherman Alexie! I’m thrilled … Continue reading
is right in front of you for a couple of hours! Spent an evening with Kris Kristofferson last night – it was wonderful! My daughter – who is a huge fan! – was so thrilled – as was I to … Continue reading
Busy with gardening, freezing, and canning – so these really are random! 1. There’s always room for popcorn. 2. Putting a cat on a diet when you have 2 cats & one is Jack Spratt & his “wife” is the … Continue reading
Since Frankenstein (aka Frankie) loves to lie on whatever I’m writing – I use a decoy to keep him off my real work. Although he was inching towards the original, he managed to keep his rear on the decoy journal! … Continue reading
Many inventions have been accidents… Silly Putty Post-It Notes Play Doh and now this super-adsorbent material Very cool stuff!
And we complain about slow page loads!
He’s the cat!
This has been a quiet summer. One of my long-time neighbors moved ( ) (with plans to put their house up for sale soon), the grad student in the house across the alley got a job & moved, and the … Continue reading
Temporary Writer’s Block aside (what I consider temporary is when you aren’t sure where a story is going, grasping around for the next scene, wondering if this story is good enough, stumped on editorial fixes, etc.) – a writer cannot … Continue reading
“Food now!” says Esmerelda.