Monthly Archives: December 2014

Four Literary Questions

Originally posted on Janet Fitch's Blog:
This question was posed for me by a reader on my Goodreads page. For me, the best questions are the ones that make me think more deeply about the issues involved. This was…

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What Are the REAL Odds of Being a Successful Author?

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Image via Flikr Creative Commons Hakan Dalstrom I didn’t even consider becoming a writer until 1999 after my father passed away suddenly. Funny how death can make us take a hard look at…

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Say what? New words, new ideas.

I love languages – the sounds, the nuances, the connections to other cultures, the evolution of words over the centuries. If I could divide my brain into yet another compartment, I’d study linguistics, the origins of words, Latin… Which is … Continue reading

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Visions of sugarplums…and writing and love!

Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, I (very) grudgingly defer to the holiday season. As anyone who knows me can attest, I don’t do holidays well. But it’s that time of year again, like it or not. And while … Continue reading

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