Tag Archives: Fiction

Why Write ABout Old Ladies Behaving Badly?

Thanks to generous friend and fabulous writer Bett Norris http://bettnorris.wordpress.com/ for tagging me to join this discussion about the writing process. I loved her first two books Miss McGhee and What’s Best for Jane. Can’t wait to read her next … Continue reading

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Old Ladies and Young Men – love – a different kind of valentine

A story for a stormy day. Here is a piece featuring the old woman, protagonists of my novel in progress, and their two young friends. This story may not appear in the novel, but these are four characters from the … Continue reading

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“Radiohead” A Story from Hilary Sloin

Welcome guest blogger, pal, and author of the fabulous novel “Art on Fire” just out from Bywater Books.  You can link to more of Sloin’s work here http://hilarysloin.wordpress.com/ Radiohead (a short story)  by Hilary Sloin For a time, Veronica was … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing – Writers Discuss New Work

The Next Big Thing – A Blog Hop Post As part of ‘The Next Big Thing Blog Hop,’ I was tagged by the talented Barrett http://wordsofbarrett.wordpress.com/ in her post last week. The purpose of this hop is to expose you … Continue reading

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