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Archive for December, 2009

N. Gemini Sasson

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Here today in another installment of Q and A’s for aspiring authors is N. Gemini Sasson. She is a fellow writer of historical fiction, happens to share my (absolutely wonderful) agent, and her Isabeau, a Novel of Queen Isabella and Sir Roger Mortimer is making the submission rounds to publishers now. She’s here to talk […]

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Dating Your Characters

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

Happy Holidays, everyone! I have a new post up at Writer Unboxed talking about getting to know your characters. Stop by!

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Don’t Blink

Saturday, December 12th, 2009

You know that song (not sure who sings it?) Don’t Blink? I heard it once and had it stuck in my head for the next solid week and a half. And now everyone reading this probably has it stuck in their head. Sorry! But my point is, it’s true. Three months ago, my baby girl […]

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Twilight of Avalon Book Trailer

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

Or view it at YouTube: Twilight of Avalon Book Trailer

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Trystan

Sunday, December 6th, 2009

Awhile back I saw a website that let authors cast actors in (obviously imaginary) movie versions of their books. I can’t for the life of me find the site again–which is probably a good thing. I’m sure I could fritter away waaaaay too much time there. But I mention it because I just discovered the […]

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Cover Art

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

I just got the cover for the Portuguese version of Twilight of Avalon. I had absolutely nothing to do with it–for the most part authors don’t have a voice in the foreign edition covers of their books–but isn’t it pretty? Another Waterhouse painting and such a lovely one.

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