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Archive for June, 2009

Whiskers on Kittens

Friday, June 26th, 2009

I’ve had so many lovely things happen this week. Even if I am past 7 months pregnant and it is suddenly a billion degrees outside with six billion percent humidity. Although come to that I suppose I can still be thankful that I am not (yet) nine months along in a sudden heat wave. But […]

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The Burton Review

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

I’m guest blogging today over at The Burton Review. Stop by to read my thoughts on balancing historical verisimilitude with fantasy when writing Arthurian fiction! And many, many thanks to Marie for the lovely review (also posted on her site today) and for the invitation!

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Happy Father’s Day!

Saturday, June 20th, 2009

This blog seems to be turning into a shrine to my husband this week–but I couldn’t let father’s day go by without mentioning my girl’s daddy. My husband was an only child, and the youngest cousin in his family to boot. Before Isabella was born, he’d held a baby maybe twice in his life, had […]

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Clothes Make the Writer?

Saturday, June 20th, 2009

For some reason, I remember times in my life by what I used to wear then. Not even by my favorite outfit, necessarily–just something I particularly remember having worn at any given time. When I think of high school, for example, I instantly think of gray tights, a gray pleated skirt, and a pale pink […]

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FAQ’s and illustrations

Monday, June 15th, 2009

My webmaster husband has updated my FAQ’s page. Have a question I haven’t yet answered? Please just let me know! I love all the questions people have asked so far. And because my last post made me start reminiscing and flipping through old pictures, here are two photos to illustrate my story of last week. […]

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A Story

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

When I was in college, the ballroom dance club on campus was very popular. I’d grown up watching old Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movies, so I started to go to the meetings–and I absolutely loved it. The dancing was fun, the music great, and the people I met there all friendly and fun and […]

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Questions and News

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

I’m updating my FAQ’s on Twilight of Avalon based on the questions I’ve gotten from readers so far–I’ll post here as soon as my webmaster husband has the new page up.  And please, if anyone else out there has a question about the book (or anything else) feel free to ask!  I love hearing them […]

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