Category Archives: My writing experiences

How History Leads to Historic Fiction

How History Leads to Historical Fiction I write historical fiction, and I’m quick to admit that I’m not a historian. I just love to write about the past. Flip open the pages of a historical novel and you are thrown … Continue reading

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Navigating the Torrid Waters of Writing

If you have just stumbled upon this blog and are wondering what it is about, let me tell you. Last February, these posts emerged as a catharsis over the loss of a special loved one. Should you care to read … Continue reading

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Sixth Challenge

The day I decided to tackle my sixth challenge—to write a book—was a beautiful spring day, with daffodils just coming into bud. But I was pacing the floor, talking to myself. I didn’t want to fail. The early sun cast … Continue reading

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Reason to Write

Ever since I can remember, I have wanted to write, but I thought I lacked the magic of word power. From a young age I knew I was creative, but perhaps because of my insecurity, or because I had to … Continue reading

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