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Yearly Archives: 2013

Interview with Angelica Pastorelli (Angie)

Most authors, writers, and readers know her as Angie, CEO and Editor of Angie’s Diary. Being a private person she rarely grants interviews, but I’m honored that, as her friend, she granted one to me. What an interesting woman she is, enjoy!   Most authors, writers, and readers know her as Angie, CEO and Editor

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One bleacher down and to my left … Who knew? Meet David J. Annis

I love meeting interesting people, who doesn’t, right? Book lovers, readers, often fall into that category. Attending the Aledo football games, we’ve sat with our friends in the same spot for the past few years. They introduced us to their friends, neat people, and over time we’ve discussed books, writing, authors, book-nooks, to name a

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Meet Margaret Rose

My last post was about my favorite character, Margaret Rose, from The Ghost of Whispering Willow. Since Halloween is right around the corner, I thought I’d introduce my readers to my little ghost child, Margaret Rose. Enjoy.   “Oh, my G—” was all Stewart managed to say as the lump that had formed in his

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Favorite Character – Margaret Rose

As a writer, children’s writer, it’s my job to create interesting characters. I’m certain most writers have a favorite character that they’ve created at some point during their writing journey. My favorite character isn’t one of my main characters, but she definitely made an impression on me, and hopefully she touched my young readers. Her

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Guest Post – Why Write Book Reviews As a Consumer?

When was the last time you read a book, liked it, and actually took the time to review it? Here’s a great article by Sandra A. Shelton about the reason reviews are so important. Check it out – Amanda M. Thrasher. You know the drill. You read a good book, maybe tell a friend about

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Be Still, Visualize & Listen … Not You, ME!

Lots of people have ideas for novels and novellas, and often write several chapters of the book they have in mind.  Taking an idea from infancy to completion is sometimes a challenge, it’s one of the main reasons I love to write, but it’s also an area where writers struggle. Such is with a colleague

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