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Thursday Thoughts: Heavens to Mergatroid

If you are a professional writer, which is worse? Deadlines, or not having them? When I mess up my scheduling and find myself embroiled in back-to-back-to-back projects, I moan and groan but deep down, I have to admit I’m glad to be a WORKING author. 203 more words

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March Monday

This sentiment is especially true when you are a writer. But it’s Monday and I have about half a day to get caught up on a couple of weeks “other stuff.” What sort of other stuff? 527 more words

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425. Just a disturbing thought...

As the current political atmosphere gets more and more toxic, and the barometric pressure jacks up ever higher, I’ve been wondering what would happen if the media just did not cover the White House for 24 hours, and then 48 hours. 1,007 more words

Thursday Thoughts: Universal Creation

As most of you know, I finished up Deacon’s story, THE COWBOY’S CHRISTMAS PROPOSAL earlier this week–in time for my deadline, BTW! Time for my next project(s)–the proposal for Red Dirt Royalty #8-Tucker’s story, and another adventure set in Susan Stoker’s Special Forces: Operation Alpha Kindle World. 167 more words

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Valentine's Day #hop #Giveaway #HerdingCats


We’re spreading some Valentine’s Day love with a giveaway full of chocolate, books, and pretty things!


To enter fill out the Rafflecopter then hit the comments and tell us about something YOU love. 57 more words

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spreading some Valentine's Day love! #bloghop


We’re spreading some Valentine’s Day love with a giveaway full of chocolate, books, and pretty things!


To enter fill out the Rafflecopter then hit the comments and tell us about something YOU love. 48 more words

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Monday and Editing Cat

Red Dirt Royalty #7 hit THE END yesterday. Now to spend today and tomorrow working on continuity, typos, language, flow, and story. Easy peasy. :roll: Needless to say, when a writer is under a contracted deadline, we get a little squirrely. 359 more words

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