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Why historical romance?

What got me interested in writing historical romance was reading history – mostly historical novels, some of which were romances and some weren’t. 293 more words

Interview with poet and anthologist Lee Bennett Hopkins

I don’t know how they do it. I have so many writer friends who somehow find the time to not only write stories and poetry, but update their blog every other day, maintain a family, run errands, and do all the other stuff that life requires…and yet for me, it’s always a struggle. 459 more words


Review: Hook's Revenge

Hook’s Revenge by Heidi Schulz, illustrated by John Hendrix (Disney-Hyperion, Expected Publication September 2014)

You know, I never was particularly in love with the original Peter Pan.   821 more words

General Posts

Counting the days...

If you knew you had ten days left to live, how would you behave? Would you pursue your dreams, love harder and laugh louder? Would you worry what others think of you as much? 425 more words

Mr. Popper's Penguins

Imagine a knock

on your door

& a package

lands at your

feet on the floor.

How neat,


But wait,

the box moves

from side to side - 149 more words

Vintage Books

Honey Bear by Dixie Willson, beloved 1923 classic is back in print!

Back in print for the first time in decades — Honey Bear, the beloved 1923 children’s classic by Dixie Willson. Available at Amazon.com


On Children's Books and Prayer Beads: A Great New Resource

I have always loved children’s books. Indeed, my fantasy job is to own a children’s book store (I could be Meg Ryan in “You’ve Got Mail!”). 361 more words