Tag Archives: Velda Brotherton

This is my second interview with author, Pamela Foster. (Full disclosure–she’s one of my best friends.) But she’s also one of the best, funniest, most touching writers I know. The first interview was titled Hog Jowls and Caviar. This interview, … Continue reading

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I’ve been meaning to write this blog post since Saturday afternoon, upon my return from the Northwest Arkansas Writers Free Conference. Oddly enough, I intended to title the post “Blessed.” This morning, as I see #Blessed is a trending hashtag … Continue reading

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Next Big Thing Blogfest

My friend and mentor, Velda Brotherton, recently invited me to participate in the Next Big Thing blogfest series. She sent me the questions listed below, which she answered in her post dated November 26. You can find Velda’s answers (and … Continue reading

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Blog Hop!

Thank you, Velda Brotherton, for tagging me for this blog hop, and thanks to Susan Taitel for the great idea! What is the working title of your book? The working title was Broken Dolls, however, after it was accepted by … Continue reading

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Monday Morning Mashup: 06/11/12

MASH-UP A creative combination or mixing of content from different sources. As many of you know from the scream heard across the World Wide Web, I have a publisher and a publication date for The Red Kimono. Now, much of my Internet gallivanting revolves around seeking marketing … Continue reading

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