Tag Archives: Diana Douglas

YOU GOTTA LOVE THANKSGIVING

It’s almost Thanksgiving and that means the holidays are here and we are brimming with all the love and cheer and unrealistic expectations Americans are so good at creating. But we are a diverse group and the variations of how we celebrate are endless. Here are … Continue reading

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WHAT’S YOUR HORROR IQ?

   It’s a ritual that doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, but every October most of us will pay a ridiculous amount of money to dress up in costumes, eat enough candy to trigger a diabetic coma, and look forward to having the crap scared … Continue reading

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VINTAGE PULP FICTION COVERS REVISTED…

IN MY WORLD, BOOK COVERS ARE A LOT LIKE FACEBOOK. I GET SUCKED IN WHILE LOOKING AT THEM AND CAN’T STOP.  I THOUGHT THESE WERE PARTICULARLY ATROCIOUS  INTERESTING. ******************************************************** SHE APPEARS TO BE DYING IN SOMEONE’S BEDROOM, SO I GUESS IT’S OKAY. … Continue reading

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Sometimes Words Are So Beautiful You Have To Wonder How A Mere Mortal Could Come Up With Them

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WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM, Just Keep Writing…

NOTHING ELSE NEEDS TO BE SAID…

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MORE WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM, A QUOTE FROM RAY BRADBURY…

ADVICE FROM THE GREAT, LATE RAY BRADBURY….. NO ONE HAS EVER SAID IT BETTER… HAPPY WRITING!

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WEDNESDAY’S WISDOM

YOU CAN FIND THE MOST INTERESTING THINGS ON PINTEREST. I was surprised to see how many pins on writing were on the  boards. Here are a few of my favorites. HAVE A GREAT DAY!

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CHANCES ARE, YOU’RE A WRITER…

While searching for something to use in my Wednesday’s Wisdom post, I ran across Just Writer Problems, a diverting site dedicated to pointing out some of the wackier issues we writers have to deal with. They were too much fun to keep to … Continue reading

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A BOOK REVIEW OF COACHING DAD, by Fred Phillips

Fred Phillips’s time-travel, Coaching Dad, takes us from 2010 San Diego, to 1948, Hamptonville, a small town not far from Long Island. When we first meet the main character, Charles, his life is in shambles. His ex-wife divorces him for … Continue reading

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THOUGHTS FOR YOUR THURSDAY

HAVE A GREAT WEEK-END!

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