Monthly Archives: October 2014

Facing Mortality

  It happened many years ago. We had just learned  I was pregnant with our second son when I got a call from my mother, with the words no daughter wants to hear: It’s cancer. My mother had cancer of … Continue reading

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Meet Sara Jayne Townsend

Why There’s No Happy Ever After for my characters By Sara Jayne Townsend I’ve never been a fan of romance novels. Even as a youngster I had a streak that could be described as practical or cynical, depending on how … Continue reading

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Rosemary Morris Interview Oct 15

  Today I’m interviewing the lovely Rosemary Morris, author of The Captain and the Countess Tell us something about yourself. There is a gigantic canvas for a historical novelist to choose from. So far I have chosen to set my … Continue reading

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The Problem with Paranormal: Guest Post by C. David Rollins for Oct 10

The Problem with the Paranormal: I love stories with paranormal elements. From John Carter’s out-of-body experience in Edgar Rice Burroughs’ A Princess of Mars to Spock’s mind meld, and Obi Wan Kenobi’s Jedi powers, the paranormal is a frequent element … Continue reading

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Oct 7 interview James DiBenedetto

Tell us something about yourself I’m a full-blooded Italian (3 of my 4 grandparents were born in Italy), born and raised in New York, and I’ve been living in the Washington, DC area for the last 18 years. I share … Continue reading

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