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I made it home from a fun but exhausting road trip last week and the first thing I did after stepping off the airplane? We went to Apple and bought MacBook Pros. We’d hoped to do this before I left so I wouldn’t have had so many problems while I was gone (and neither would my biz partner, who was left to run the companies with failing computers), but patience became a virtue. They say that happens. So although we had our computers picked out weeks ago, by waiting, we were able to get a better deal. This weekend, I … Continue reading


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This business of writing and publishing can sometimes – often – be frustrating. From plotting the story to getting it into readers’ hands, the path is lined with every possible obstacle you can think of…and many you never did imagine. Sometimes it seems like everyone and everything is working against you. The voices in your head – your characters – go off and do something that screws up all your plans. A great plot twist dwindles into a sorry excuse for tension because it just won’t work. And once you’ve got the story as awesome as it can be, the … Continue reading


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