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What a terrific example of how it all filters in and comes out on the keyboard, Hallie!
Toggle Commented Apr 10, 2013 on Facts Behind the Fiction! at My Weblog
The ancient Romans called it "digitus impudicus"- the impudent finger!
Toggle Commented Mar 7, 2013 on French Lesson: Fingertip Research at My Weblog
Hi, Dean. Good to see you, and an intriguing look at your process. Ideas comes from anywhere. And everywhere. And nowhere. The fun part is getting them down on paper (or these days, screen) and seeing how it all shakes out. Sometimes, things take a left turn when you as the writer had everyone going right in your concept. That's when things get really fun...:)
Toggle Commented Aug 15, 2012 on Where does a book start for you? at My Weblog
Elaine, as always, you make it look so easy....:) Loved FINAL SAIL, cannot wait for the new Helen and Phil adventure..:)
Toggle Commented Jul 30, 2012 on A Novel Diary at My Weblog
The very first thing I ever wrote was "The Kachina Doll Affair". I don't recall all the details, but it was an eight year old boys' attempt to write an UNCLE novel for Ace Books. Something on an American Indian reservation, a smuggled Kachina Doll filled with crystals that would turn into a deadly airborne virus when exposed to the air, and a blazing fire-pit, plus the threat of Napoleon and Illya being scalped alive. Thank God it's been lost...:)
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Mystery is a very lucky cat! And I'll bet he'll surprise everyone..:)
Toggle Commented Jun 27, 2012 on A Member of the Family at My Weblog
A little late to the party, but everything's pretty much covered!
Toggle Commented May 7, 2012 on Summer Songs! at Life in Boobburgh
Earlier this year, I was forced to confront this head-on. Everything is signed, sealed, and ready to be delivered. There was and is a large amount of comfort in knowing that, should things go badly, said things would be handled the way I wanted them to be. Scary? Yes. Necessary? Absolutely! Do it before the mad dash to the ER, the hospital stay, the sleepless nights worrying, the dawn of 'what if?'. Do it when you are rested and relaxed and happy and secure, but do it. It'll take twenty minutes, and everyone, including you, can rest easier.
Toggle Commented May 1, 2012 on My Right To Life Blog at Life in Boobburgh
This is wayyyyyyyyy too easy...:) "Bond.... James Bond." (The Connery version)
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2011 on Who's Who? at My Weblog
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