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Dancing To My Own Tune

This probably won’t come as any surprise to you, but I rarely follow the path in which others map out for me. I’m spontaneous, passionate and, at times, I open my mouth before thinking first. 314 more words

Women's Fiction

CNN: The secret lives of your fellow plane passengers

(CNN) —At any given time, there are about 5,000 planes in the air over the United States, many with hundreds of passengers, all with a story and their reasons for going from A to B. 1,163 more words

So You Want to Co-Write a Story

There are only two main reasons I co-write:

1. There is a story that I want to tell that I don’t feel I can get thru alone. 683 more words

Skype co-writing session

To day I sit down for a Skype session with Nashville songwriter Jo-Leah Tilbury. I’m very exited about it as it is my first time trying to co-write this way. 85 more words

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April 28, 2015 (on this day)

On this day, a year ago, I was in Bath, England with Cass.  I was very cold even though the sun was shining. You see, not only am I a stereotypical Southern California girl in that I am only comfortable in weather above 68 F, but in order to pay for the trip I had first stopped over in Washington DC to do a few photoshoots (and see my sis-in-law, but she didn’t pay for my ticket, so that’s irrelevant, no matter how fun she is); and in my haze of leaving her apartment for the airport… 386 more words

Welcome to Our Blog!

We’re still unpacking and settling in, but do feel free to drag over a tea chest, sit down and start helping us to unwrap the fun as we take the exhilarating and terrifying steps towards publication of our new novel, The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen – available via a website near you this summer (see  96 more words

When It's Not Working

The post I had planned for today was a summary of my works in progress. I don’t often share much about what I’m writing. I’m weirdly superstitious about it—or maybe it’s just that I prefer not to tease with a new project that might never eventuate. 613 more words