Monthly Archives: March 2014

March 30th, 2014 | Filed under: On Writing

Ouch! My Writing Process

Georgia Lyn Hunter, a fabulous crit partner of mine and author of Absolute Surrender asked me to join her and two other authors on my first blog tour. How exciting! Except, when I read the question, How does my writing process work? The only thought that popped in my head…Ouch!  I’m a writer that can honestly NEVER say, “I’ve been writing since I was five-years-old.” Nope. I liked to play with Barbies and play softball. I don’t get or plan out long elaborate stories. I’m a “What If…” kind of writer. I wonder about something and then ask, “What if…” The What ifs add up to–at the most–10 …read more…

March 11th, 2014 | Filed under: Life

The Nut Factory 2014

Every February I look forward to the only event that gets me out of my winter hibernation. It’s the Nut Factory Open House. This year’s gallery walk was extra special. My buddies and I went out for pizza, caught up and commiserated on one of the longest winters we’ve experienced. Transfer Pizzeria has the best slices around, not to mention, you can sit at a drug store counter for a local brew. At the Nut Factory—artists, patrons and browsers convened to appreciate some good art and have a great time.

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