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Let's get the Blog Hop started...my Writing Process

I love to write.

I love the process of editing and watching my writing get better. I’ve been writing short stories since I was a child. 1,303 more words

Writing

Havenwood School Inspiration ~ Life Lessons of Spring

Excerpts from the novel HAVENWOOD TALES Beginnings

In the meadows and pastures, lines of fat raindrops clung like jewels to the undersides of new branches too green to absorb them, backlit by a cautious sun. 182 more words

Author D.J. Houston

Insomniacs Anonymous (2)

And then when I finally fall asleep I get these dreams dredged up from my subconscious (or wherever this stuff originates.) They may not be as vivid or clearly symbolic as the dreams detailed in a Kathy Reichs novel (or James Lee Burke, for that matter) but they sometimes leave me as perplexed (and wide awake) as Arthur Beauchamp, the retired former lawyer who serves as the alleged hero in Canadian writer William Deverell’s mystery novels. 85 more words

Rix Mix

Money's tight? Need an escape? Win a free signed copy of Partners In Crime

Win a FREE, signed copy of Partners In Crime! Yes, you can escape with a good read and save money at the same time! No, this is not an April Fool’s Joke. 97 more words

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From the Desk of Kim Dyer

Dear Reader,

If you have stumbled across this site in the hope of finding wholly positive reviews of heart-warming tales, I am sorry to say that you will leave here disappointed. 140 more words

Arkham Reviews

From the Forge: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

Writing today from StoryForge Productions:

Last week, the Club discussed The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie. The classic whodunit is light on its toes—the perfect read to offset the longer, heavier texts that we have chosen lately. 22 more words

Books

Athiests Don't Have No Songs! - "The Golden Parachute" Continues!

Here are Week 61@Twitstery tweets of The Golden Parachute, the amazing new sequel to Executive Severance!

There’s a place you go in your mind at times like these. 582 more words

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