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Interview with Suspense Author, Joseph Finder

Joe writes thrillers–the kind that take you beyond gnawing your nails all the way to chompin’ your knuckles. This ability is what makes him a New York Times best selling author and winner of a gazillion awards. A couple of his … Continue reading

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Little Oops–Big Oops

One of my clients sent me an email chock-full of apologies for making me suffer through all those typos!  “I’m so embarrassed!” “Ha! That’s nothin’!” says I. Seriously–do you know what I did last month? No, of course not. I … Continue reading

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Self-Publishing Tips

After three weeks of hit-and-miss internet time, I’m back! I enjoyed my time off, but I tell ya–as much as I complain about being overworked, I love it and missed it after about the third day of the computer hiatus. … Continue reading

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The Novel Dream

How many novels start with the main character sleeping, dreaming? Not many? That’s because opening a novel with a dream has been deemed cliche by powers that be–and they’re right. Only Snoopy can get away with opening a novel with … Continue reading

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Author Raechel Bailey Kolb, Part II

I introduced Raechel Monday. Today, she gives some insight to her writing methods. She sounds just like me, writing by the seat of her pants! What kind of planning do you do before writing a novel, article or book? Planning? … Continue reading

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Author Raechel Bailey Kolb, Part I

Since I began my research for Roping Venus, I’ve met some wonderful people, like Raechel Bailey Kolb, from the organization, Women Writing the West. Raechel contacted me in response to a poll I had set up in that site, and we’ve … Continue reading

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