Monthly Archives: August 2012

#GUTGAA – The Lowdown

If you’re wondering what in the world #GUTGAA is, then you haven’t heard of the awesomeness Deana Barnhart has cooked up. It stands for Gearing Up To Get An Agent and it’s a blogfest sure to win your heart because … Continue reading

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The “Look” Challenge

  Mae Clair has decided to tag me in the Look Challenge. I suspect she’s getting me back for giving her an award=) The rules are simple. Find the first place the word “look” appears your WIP and put the … Continue reading

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Hey! Anyone want a CP?

I’m deep in edits on The Gifted and The Changeling right now, but something is missing… Critique Partners. I’ve been a part of two crit groups since I started this crazy journey of writing, but both have fizzled out. One because … Continue reading

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Look What I Can Do!

HAHAHAHA!!! I figured out how to get GIFs to work on my WordPress!!! You have no idea how long I’ve been trying to work this, I couldn’t even figure it out on Blogger, but here now, I can do it!! … Continue reading

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Recent Reads

Paranormalcy By Kiersten White Weird as it is working for the International Paranormal Containment Agency, Evie’s always thought of herself as normal. Sure, her best friend is a mermaid, her ex-boyfriend is a faerie, she’s falling for a shape-shifter, and … Continue reading

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Writing Meme Tags and Award Nominations

You know, I love the writing community. I’ve found an amazing group of people to call friends, writers all, and count myself extremely lucky to know every one of them. There is so much support that it outweighs any negative … Continue reading

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Desert Rice by Angela Scott: A Review

Samantha Jean Haggert is a beautiful twelve-year-old girl—but no one knows it. All they see is an awkward boy in a baseball cap and baggy pants. Sam’s not thrilled with the idea of hiding her identity, but it’s all part … Continue reading

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YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE!!!

Welcome to my all new blog! I know some of you were expecting something very different. The plan to move my blog here happened not to long ago and I’ve been working hard on making that happen. It looks very … Continue reading

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An Interview with Phil Jourdan, author of Praise of Motherhood

Please enjoy this interview with Phil Jourdan, author of the touching memoir, Praise of Motherhood. Then read on to learn how you can win huge prizes as part of this blog tour, including $500 in Amazon gift cards and 5 … Continue reading

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What Was Your Childhood Monster?

Today is the release of Christine Rains’ new novella, Fearless! In honor of the release, she’s hosting a blogfest near and dear to the Fearless heart: What was your childhood monster? There’s still time to join in and don’t forget … Continue reading

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