Tag Archives: Broken Dolls

My First EBook: Doll in the Red Kimono

It took me all day yesterday, and I pulled out a lot of hair, but I finally managed to get my first Ebook onto Amazon. DOLL IN THE RED KIMONO is a compilation of over 60 blog entries I posted … Continue reading

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#FlashFriday #Fictioneers: “Behind Barbed Wire”

This is another very busy week as I get ready for the Oklahoma Writers Federation 2012 Story Weavers Conference, as well as William Bernhardt’s writing seminar. But, I couldn’t pass up sharing an excerpt of Broken Dolls, my novel centered … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Mashup: 4/16/12

MASH-UP A creative combination or mixing of content from different sources. This week I have been working on Broken Dolls. Editing, editing, editing. I made a couple of significant plot changes to clarify a few things, and I am happy with how that turned out. Other than … Continue reading

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And Just Where Do You Think You’re Going?

My Broken Dolls characters spoke to me loud and clear this week, and here’s what they collectively said: “Oh, no, you don’t. Just where do you think you’re going? You get yourself right back here and listen to us!” You … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Mashup: 4/9/12

MASH-UP A creative combination or mixing of content from different sources. This week, the theme of my mashup is what to do once your book is published. Reading these links must have brought me some positive-thinking energy, because yesterday (yes, Easter Sunday) I received an email from … Continue reading

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