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Unrest 4 February 2014

Snow continues to fall today and temperatures are dropping. My normal feeding routine was interrupted in the dark when my trusty tractor could not pull the hay sled out of the snow drift. I think the horses were laughing at … Continue reading

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21 November 2013

Woke up in the middle of the night to winter. I knew that north wind was not going to be pleasant to run in. If I force myself out of bed in the dark to run, should I not also … Continue reading

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15 November 2013

Writing yesterday had me totally frustrated with my characters. Why can’t they just tow the line? And why can’t I just write without second guessing them? Seriously.

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28 October 2013

It was such a beautiful weekend in eastern Colorado. Indian was calling to me to come ride, so I had to. It put me in mind of my character Jess and what she might be up to–more than likely wishing … Continue reading

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21 October 2013

What is it about a dealing that makes our knees weak? My characters are begging me to get back to them–get them out of the location they’re in right now! I even gave myself a reasonable words-per-day goal. I’m quite … Continue reading

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7 October 2013

It always amazes me when my characters take off with my story and I can barely keep up! This was one of those kinds of writing weekends. And hey, if you are in a book club, stay tuned for a … Continue reading

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30 September 2013

Isn’t it amazing how a writer can follow the suffering of their characters and be helpless to do anything about it? I mean, I could end it and make it all rosy and sunny, but the pen will not cooperate … Continue reading

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