Monthly Archives: December 2011

Enchant Me So I Don’t See The Bones….

Kate here, on the day after Christmas, settling in for a week away from my desk, and the delicious pleasure of uninterrupted reading. I have no idea what books my gaily wrapped packages may hold, but whatever comes at me, … Continue reading

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The Year of the EBook?

Paul Doiron here to kick off the holidays with Topic A in the book world today: Ebooks. This weekend, thousands of people will be unwrapping presents to discover devices they’ve never used or thought they needed. Kindles and iPads and … Continue reading

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Stop Me Before I Cook Again! by Julia Spencer-Fleming

It begins innocently enough with a few “holiday dinner” articles in Southern Living. Then I start taking down the cookbooks – not the day-to-day ones I consult when I need to be reminded how long stuffed pork chops bake, but … Continue reading

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Fire at the Topless Donut Shop

Paul Doiron here— In the novel I’m currently working on I had a character who was a waitress at an unusual eatery. OK, she was a stripper at a topless donut shop. When I sent in the first draft of … Continue reading

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My American Family

Hi Barb here. This is a post from my personal blog three years ago, which I’m repeating here today because it still very much represents how I feel. Christmas Day this year was spent at my husband’s brother’s ex-wife’s cousin’s … Continue reading

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