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A Taste of Scotland in Photos

I recently returned from volunteering at the New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival, held each autumn at Loon Mountain Ski Area in Lincoln, NH.

The weather was unseasonably hot, so my dress stuck to me, and I can imagine how hot the thousands of men wearing heavy wool kilts were coping. 58 more words

An Authors Life

Highland Games: Research and Kilts!

I have written several novellas that wove a tale around Scottish dragons, and used my love of modern Scottish Highland Games to weave tales of time travel, and ancient Highlanders. 259 more words

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Nancy Lee Badger’s Ode to Spring

Tree swings, sandy beaches, sunny summer afternoons. They are coming, but today we celebrate spring. Flowers are blooming, trees are budding, and the birds and the bees are doing what comes natural. 173 more words

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Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month

Summer is officially over, but the days are still sunny and the nights just right.  While writing and editing in a quiet corner of my home, or out on my deck, I find I keep thinking of how I got to this moment in time…September 2014. 306 more words

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Sexual Tension: It's all in your head

Writers in the Storm, a fantastic blog for writers, has a wonderful guest post today about writing sexual tension.  I couldn’t find a way to reblog it, so I’m providing the link and urging all my writer friends to click that link and find out the six secrets guest blogger Susan Squires has come up with to creating good sexual tension.  98 more words

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My Writing Process ~ Round Two

I’m helping out a friend, Lola Karns (who can be found here), by writing about my writing process today.  I’ve done this before, but I’m working on different books and the process does evolve. 445 more words

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E-Making of a Hero: Liza O'Connor's Coming to Reason

Recently, Jenna Jaxon wrote several excellent posts on the making of a hero. I asked her for space to give a rebuttal, but then realized she was right. 1,646 more words