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It’s been a week since I’ve returned from San Francisco, partly to visit one of the offspring, and partly because the middle of February is time for the San Francisco Writers Conference, held at the incredibly luxurious Intercontinental Mark Hopkins. … Continue reading

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I’m giddy! This Wednesday, I’ll be traveling to San Francisco. It’s not just to escape the cold, the snow, and the grey. I hope to learn a few things this weekend. This weekend I’ll be attending my seventh San Francisco … Continue reading

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Yesterday, I attended my first Books and Authors Event at Leon and Lulu‘s in Clawson, Michigan. This store is trendy, hip, and sells everything from jewelry to clothing to furniture to toys. It’s one of my favorites, as my husband … Continue reading

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It’s Monday, and my Real Life plate runneth over. Our office survived four days of painters, which is no easy task.  (Think trying to paint around an explosion, and you’ll know what the painters had to deal with.) Today’s enrollments … Continue reading

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OMG. I just realized that in one short week, I’ll be packing to go. Am I ready? Not really, and it’s not just because I realized when my wayward 7 By 7 (code for San Francisco) daughter came home for … Continue reading

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I honestly don’t understand how some published authors are so prolific. Especially mind boggling are those who have small children, businesses or day jobs, health problems, and the like. My life (especially the last few months) is at times so … Continue reading

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How apropos that this article from Query Tracker landed in my email inbox today. What do they call it? Kismet? A couple of days ago, I received a critique on the YA story I’ve been working on forever. I had … Continue reading

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