Monthly Archives: January 2012

Music Soothes the Savage Pen

I’ve heard a couple of authors say that they use music while they are writing to set the mood. After reading some books, I wonder what type of music the author listened to. I imagine that Stephen King has a … Continue reading

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Fantasy World Building Workshop with Joni Sensel

I’ve been a member of SCBWI for going on two years now. Our regional group in Germany/Austria is small, but steadily growing. And what talented people we have amongst us! It gives hope and inspiration whenever I receive a regional update that someone … Continue reading

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No Resolutions, Just Realizations

As it is each year, we wake up on the morning of the 1st of January, or perhaps it has already happened on the eve of 31st December, and expect that the coming year will be better, more successful, more … Continue reading

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Book Review: Rack, Ruin and Murder by Ann Granger

I’ve always been a fan of mystery books. My love for these began with Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys mysteries. Ann Granger has enthralled me with a humorous murder-mystery world. You may wonder how a murder can be humorous? … Continue reading

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