Monthly Archives: May 2012

Chicago, Gangster style.

Since I’m writing a 1920s Chicago gangster novel, naturally I would be all about finding out the gangster history of the city. Part of this was done via the Newberry library, and part of it was done via a tour … Continue reading

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Traveling is fun! Day 1 in Chicago.

I love traveling. At the moment I’m in Chicago, and it’s been delightful. Taking it easy tonight, but I’ve been here two days and it’s felt a bit non-stop. Today I went on a gangster tour, sailed the Tall Ship … Continue reading

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Workshop: Michael Hauge’s Story Craft

On May 12th, I had the good fortune to attend a workshop put on by my local RWA chapter. We hosted Michael Hauge, a well-known story and script consultant. He often presents at the RWA Nationals (I missed him in … Continue reading

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Fundraising Auctions for Brenda Novak’s 2012 Cure for Diabetes!

I’m happy to say that I am a part of two excellent auction items donated to help Brenda Novak’s annual fund-raising for a cure for diabetes. The first is the Bandit Creek Books group, and we’ve donated a copy of … Continue reading

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Wednesday Cat Blogging

Hard not to chuckle when it’s so easy to see what’s coming…

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I’m guest blogging again!

Yesterday I was guest blogging over at the fantastic blog “Guys Like Romance, Too!” as a part of their May, month-long, focus on F/F romance. Check it out here: http://guyslikeromancetoo.blogspot.ca/2012/05/let-roaring-20s-roar.html The story is one of those that’s pretty close to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tiffany Reisz’s THE SIREN

Zach Easton knew that in the offices of Royal House Publishing, he was known as the London Fog,… For me, THE SIREN has always been about Zach Easton. And re-reading the book on its release date is like settling into … Continue reading

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