Monthly Archives: October 2009

VBT – Writers on the Move ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY!

It’s so exciting! Next month, VBT – Writers on the Move is having its ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! To celebrate this accomplishment, we are having a STUPENDOUS Blogaversary Tour! Daily postings and daily prizes! But, that’s not all, we’re still having … Continue reading

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Muse conference over

and it was terrific. After going through Lisa Gentile’s and Beverly McClure’s forums, I decided I needed to email a friend who’s a music director at a local middle school about my work in progress, and I got lots of … Continue reading

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Writing progress, new ideas

I’m in the middle of working through my new work in progress, tentatively titled “Don’t Ask Me Why” and here I’ve been struck with another idea — one that won’t seem to leave me alone. It’s to write that book … Continue reading

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Muse online conference in progress

.. it’s going to be a busy week. Lucky yesterday was a holiday.

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When I want to give someone a special gift, I give them ..

.. actually, I’m not inclined to give the one of my favorite books. The Annotated Alice is probably my all-time favorite book — but it’s not everyone’s taste. What I’m inclined to give them is a book of Far Side … Continue reading

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Books I hated in High School

Today’s topic is I hated … when I had to read it in high school, but when I read it on my own later, I loved it because…. This is a tough one because I try to forget about the … Continue reading

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I’d write my autobiography, but I don’t need to, because my story has already been told in…

what classic book? Actually, I can’t think of one. This is, I fear, less a testament to the uniqueness of my life than to the weakness of my memory. Here are some I’ve disqualified: The Secret Garden: Never was orphaned … Continue reading

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