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I’ll Take 30 Tiny Bags of Pretzels, Please.

Originally posted on She's A Maineiac:
I was in a big metal tube about 35,000 feet above New York City last week when it dawned on me. There were not enough pretzels. After the nice woman gave me a polite smirk that I’ve no doubt was the first thing she was taught at flight attendant school, she handed me two…

My Writing Process–Part 2

Originally posted on Marion's Superkitty Tales and Children's Books:
Hello, everyone!  Hope that everyone is enjoying the weekend.  I’m here again because of James McAllister.  His blog is here http://fortiterpublishing.com/blog/my-writing-process-blog-tour/ and his writing is here http://www.amazon.com/James-McAllister/e/B00DA1ZSFI  James is a friend of mine through a series of writer’s groups that we have shared, and…

Blog Interview #4 with Lisa Klass

Originally posted on johntuckermustlive:
I’ve known Lisa Klass since we shared a Facebook event a few weeks ago.  She’s become a good friend and it’s been a pleasure to read her work. She’s written three books so far and should continue to delight with her future offerings.   Sit back, relax, and share a few…

The Tough Get Going

Originally posted on Regina Puckett:
When the Going Get Tough Regina Puckett There are wishes and there are dreams Hopes mixed with wild, wonderful schemes But sometimes the things we wish for don’t come true And the dreams we desperately seek are long overdue But nothing is impossible if you try hard enough Because the…

April Author Interview Answer #4 “Does sex sell?”

Originally posted on International Book Promotion:
So, what do you think? Can sex sell a book? Is Fifty Shades of Gray a good example to look at? It’s time to know what all SEVEN Romance & Erotica authors think about this. Yesterday, we revealed the answers for Question #3 “Who is more powerful in your…

TIBETAN PEACH PIE: Succinctly Melodic

Originally posted on BookPeople:
Tibetan Peach Pie: A True Account of an Imaginative Life by Tom Robbins Reviewed by Christy Popp Tom Robbins, a.k.a. Tommy Rotten, Picasso Triggerfish, Buffalo Silver, Max Saint Cherokee, and NOT the Unabomber, has succeeded in writing what must be classified as memoir, but is in fact a delicious explanation of…

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