Free RVing Book

This year my husband and I mark our ninth year as full-time RVers. It's been an amazing ride! And, writer that I am, I've been making notes for years about the experience. While a more in-depth book is still percolating, I did settle down long enough this past winter to pull together some A-to-Z thoughts... Continue Reading →

The Value of Writing Groups

Last December I posted about two different types of writing groups. That brief overview was related to a couple of columns I wrote for a private writing group's newsletter. Even then, I didn't feel as though I'd said all I wanted to on the subject. Result? An expanded how-to guide, with suggestions for getting a... Continue Reading →

Semi-Cozy?

You'd think something is cozy or not, but semi-cozy? Is that like a quilt that's just a little too short? Or a cabin in the woods with just a few too many drafts? A fire in the hearth that burns a little too low? I'm making my case for why my newest novel, Pea Body,... Continue Reading →

It’s Never Too Late to Start

Awhile back someone posted his concern on a writer's forum that he was starting too late. I've heard it now and again from older writers: they're in their sixties or seventies, and they're worried that they shouldn't even give it a try, this novel writing thing. If that's your particular worry, then I have some... Continue Reading →

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