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Okay, it’s night again. I had a great day. Revised the synopsis for what will be book #50. How cool is that? I did a newsletter update that went out to all my email lists. Then I went for a run. Money came in the mail, today, always a nice thing. And unexpected money, at […]Discover More
You know it just hit me that I’m having fun with this brief separation. Oh, I miss him like crazy, but finding musical blues gems by gifted women, and posting them and my thoughts here is enjoyable. I so love music–it’s like my life has a soundtrack to it, one that’s constantly running in my […]Discover More
Got through another night alone. Well, not entirely. I had my daughter Jessie, her three year old, Benny, the dogs, the cat, and Slumdog Millionaire for company. But I still felt that underlying urge to sing the blues. Someone posted that her husband probably sings the blues when she IS at home. I think she […]Discover More
Yeah, he’s gone. Not far, just a few hours north to visit family. I love his family, especially his mom. And I’ve got loads to do to keep me busy. But still, I so cherish every second we have together, that I feel like I’m missing a limb when he’s not around. So Eva, above, […]Discover More
So I agreed to this insane series of deadlines, because the payoff was just too good to turn down. That being, that if I could write three suspense books in a row, back to back, in time, the publisher would release them in a row, back to back, in three consecutive months. Summer months, even! […]Discover More
A major publisher has made headlines recently–not good ones. Layoffs, consolidations, good people with 50 years experience in publishing being put out of work. Times are hard, no question. So it was with some surprise that I read the latest buzz–that this same company has shelled out two million dollars for Kathy Griffin’s autobiography. Two […]Discover More
So what is it with Macy’s anyway? Every time I go in, I see a pair of shoes I love. (I have these ones and they’re my favorites!) Usually, I’m walking by at a brisk pace, intent on getting to where I’m going and doing whatever errand sent me to the mall in the first […]Discover More