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Summer Vacations by Our Authors, Part II

Summer Vacations by Our Authors, Part II

Having learned how some of our authors spent — or wished they had spent this summer — let’s hear from more of them beyond their pages. Katie Alender (Bad Girls Don’t Die): “What do I wish I were doing this summer? Exactly what I’m doing! Except maybe in a cleaner house. Although I would love to have the chance to visit my brother and his family in Switzerland, but my short deadline doesn’t really leave much opportunity for that. I…

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The Sounds of Their Music

The Sounds of Their Music

Music, known as the universal language, can also be the most energetic force in inspiring a writer’s creativity. With that in mind, don’t you wonder what’s on your favorite authors’ playlists as they write? The following writers share what and/or who they’re currently enjoying in song, and you may find their answers both surprising and revealing. Meredith Cole (Posed for Murder) “What’s on my playlist this week: John Legend, Sierra Leone’s Refugee All-Stars, and Lucinda Williams “I don’t write to…

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News, Reviews and An Interview

News, Reviews and An Interview

There’s a bit of everything to report for the end of this week, beginning with Holly Kennedy (The Silver Compass, The Penny Tree and The Tin Box), offering some writing inspiration (or maybe just a break away from it all) to fellow authors. Where? Hawaii! For details, please visit Holly’s blog and read Hawaii bound for writing inspiration. Now those are authors who will be going far beyond their pages! Mia King has received this first “official review for Table…

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