Monthly Archives: November 2018

The end of Nanowrimo 2018

Today is the last day of Nanowrimo 2018. My book isn’t finished, but I am oh so very close to making my 50,000 words for this year. Today is bittersweet, because I still have at least another month’s work ahead … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Marge Simon

Marge Simon lives in Ocala, Florida. She edits a column for the Horror Writers Association newsletter called “Blood & Spades: Poets of the Dark Side” and serves on Board of Trustees.  She is the second woman to be acknowledged by … Continue reading

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How’s your novel coming?

I have to admit that I haven’t written a word in the last couple of days. Between family things, a trip to the circus, and a whole day of cooking, I have been slacking off on working on my book. … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Terrie Leigh Relf

I met Terrie Leigh Relf through her blog, where she’s done a long-running series of Day in the Life interviews with authors. I’ve had the honor of stopping by twice. I thought it would be fun to turn the tables … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Alan M. Clark

I’ve been a fan of Alan M. Clark’s work for a really long time.  We met mumble-something years ago at one of the World Horror Conventions, when Alan was showing his paintings in the Art Show.  He painted an amazing … Continue reading

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