Monthly Archives: June 2014

Between the Sheets

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weekends 30 June 2014

Around here, there are always chores to be done! We decided on Saturday though, that we’d take the day to go to a farm sale and the chores would wait until Sunday. I’ve talked before about how it feels when … Continue reading

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slice of life 26 June 2014

What is a slice of life? I’ve been reading about writing “slice of life” pieces. How do you take a life and slice it up? When you do, can you ever put it back together? I guess when you take … Continue reading

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letters 24 June 2014

The cactus are blooming and I received a letter from a young adult reader of my book, Windows in the Loft, and I loved it: “I thoroughly enjoyed your novel. The characters were fun and realistic, and the book in … Continue reading

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writing 20 June 2014

Sunset last night curtesy of: God Almighty. I don’t get it, almost every student I’ve ever had says they hate writing. What’s not to like? I love the thin black ink spilling onto the page. You can create whole worlds … Continue reading

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The Dating Game 18 June 2014

Do you remember that game show called “The Dating Game?” The way I remember it was that questions were asked and based on the answers, the woman would choose between the three contestants and have a date with the one … Continue reading

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a strong mind 16 June 2014

I think of these three: strong mind, strong body, and strong personality, that a strong mind is the most important. If you have a strong mind, you can weather almost anything. A strong mind can overcome a less strong body—I’m … Continue reading

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