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“Saving CeeCee Honeycutt”

This past Saturday I did something purely fun, purely educational and purely for me — I attended a one-day intensive “Novel Writing” Class. As a way to introduce ourselves our teacher, famed novelist Pamela Redmond Satran, asked us to introduce … Continue reading

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“Publishing Today”

I once worked in publishing so listening to Amy Einhorn, NJ native and publisher of the bestselling novels The Help and The Postmistress, speak was important to me. What follows is what I learned from listening to Ms. Einhorn. If … Continue reading

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“The Best (Worst) Christmas Pageant Ever”

I’ve been looking for a particular Christmas book for years, not in the ‘hell bent for leather’ way I ride a horse (long story, another post, ok?), but in the “Gee, it’s Christmas and I heard that book is good … Continue reading

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“Cherries in Winter”

Do you read cookbooks? I do. Do you read novels about cooking? I do. Have you read “Cherries in Winter” yet? I have and I think it’s worth your time. “Cherries in Winter” is a book about finding the good … Continue reading

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