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Archive for July, 2009

The Name Game

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

When we were expecting our daughter we decided not to find out whether she was a boy or a girl, so almost from the time we found out I was pregnant we had two names picked out. Skylar for a boy, Samantha for a girl. I really liked both names, alternately called the baby one […]

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Writer Unboxed, Part 2

Friday, July 17th, 2009

Today the second part of my interview over at Writer Unboxed is up! Stop by to hear my (condensed) thoughts on balancing writing with motherhood, plus a bit more about my writing process in general. And thanks to everyone over at WU for having me!

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Another Perk

Friday, July 10th, 2009

When I was an aspiring writer, I used to read Writer Unboxed, a fabulous blog about all aspects of the writing and publishing business. I’d read the interviews with recently published authors and think, maybe someday . . . And now, today, I’m actually there! Today’s author interview! I’m beyond thrilled, and thanks so much to everyone over […]

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Perks

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

I recently read an interview with David Cristofano, author of The Girl She Used to Be, in which he was asked about perks–which often silly and minor things about having a book published have wound up pleasing him beyond reason. (He said having his kids shout, Hey, that’s daddy’s book! on a trip to their […]

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from my evil twin

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

So despite all the lovely things I mentioned in my last post that I have to be thankful for, today my grumpy evil twin is taking over to say that you know you are really, really ready not to be pregnant anymore when you overhear the following conversation between your husband and 2 year old […]

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