Monthly Archives: April 2011

Fall into A Helpless Crevasse

Happy to say that my daughter has taken the reins for her wedding into her own hands. Very organized. And glad that Jimalee, my reader, says I write very well. She’s an expert on the subject. And now a quiz: … Continue reading

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Why Write?

I don’t think I’ve talked about this before in this setting, but I feel it should be addressed: why did I write this book anyway? Yes, I know, it was a terrific trip worth recording, but there’s more to it … Continue reading

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My Pits Are Sweating

Oh dear, I just gave my book to a friend who for the past twenty years has been writing fiction, essays, poetry and editing and has been published. This is scary indeed. I don’t expect any editing favors from her. … Continue reading

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MOTB Has Arrived!

Okay, so it was only yesterday that I revealed the disgusting incidence of the miniature volcano in our kitchen, but I can’t wait for another three days to tell you : the MOTB dress has arrived! I apologize for the … Continue reading

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A Small, Blackened Volcano

Did I mention last time that one problem with my manuscript (love that word) is that it was close to being too fat to fit into its cover? At least that’s what the iUniverse woman said; I find it hard … Continue reading

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Bunloads of Money

So I get a call from the woman at iUniverse who is supposed to find out from me what I want to do with my manuscript next. Next? I thought “next” was formatting it, slapping on the cover and sending … Continue reading

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