Monthly Archives: October 2010

It has begun…

currently playing on my iPod: Rabbit Heart by Florence and the Machine A few posts ago I mentioned my thoughts on how us readers will dig through all the upcoming digital books, new and old, good and bad. About how we … Continue reading

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Acknowledging the Reader

currently playing on my iPod: The High Road by Broken Bells Last night I began reading LOVE WALKED IN by Marisa de los Santos and, once again, I am reminded of how much I love other writers. The varied ways they … Continue reading

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How the Pros Do It

currently playing on my iPod: Set Fire to the Third Bar by Snow Patrol When you begin reading a good book (and by that I mean not just a silly fun book that allows your mind to drool placidly after … Continue reading

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Books: 5 years from today

currently playing on my iPod: Next Girl by The Black Keys During the Frankfurt Book Fair, senior partner and consultant for peacefulfish Juliane Schulze said, “In 5 years, books will more commonly be cross-media products, with embedded sound, moving pictures, … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Publishing and the Frankfurt Bookfair

currently playing on my iPod: Let’s Get Lost by Beck and Bat for Lashes The Frankfurter Buchmesse (Frankfurt Book Fair) is this week. Longing to be there, I checked out some photos from the first two days that are posted on their webpage. … Continue reading

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Ooo, goodie, a delicious name

currently playing on my iPod: Plainsong by The Cure Today I spent two hours researching my second novel, searching for another historical bad guy to tie into my plotline. I found what I was looking for in Amadeus IV, Count … Continue reading

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Meeting Brenda Rickman Vantrease

currently playing on my iPod: Tighten Up by The Black Keys On Saturday morning, I was lucky enough to meet with the author of THE HERETIC’S WIFE, Brenda Rickman Vantrease. During a small group talk, I was relieved to hear that … Continue reading

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