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Cleaning Up

Lea Wait, here. Last weekend I was relieved and delighted to send the manuscript of the third in my Mainely Needlepoint series, THREAD AND GONE, to my editor. (What does it say about my publisher when they’ve finished the cover before I’ve … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Study: Q & A

Hi. Barb Here. In past posts, Lea Wait has taken us on a tour of her writing study and her day, Kaitlyn Dunnett has shown us the evolution of her study as technology has changed and Vicki Doudera has shown … Continue reading

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This is My Life — and My Study

Lea Wait here.  People often ask writers what their writing habits or schedules are. My schedule isn’t as set as those of many writers …  research, plotting, marketing, and taking time to be with family and friends all take hours and days away … Continue reading

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Time To Write …. Lea Wait

“If only I had the time, I’d write a book, too …” How many times has every author heard that? And smiled. Because … no one ever has enough time. I wrote my first book (my first mystery – Shadows … Continue reading

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