Just now filled out the online BOE CA Board of Equalization (sales tax) forms–so easy after you do it a few times! I send in a paper check because the first time I tried an echeck, that didn’t work, so I feel more secure sending a paper check.
It’s still a tiny […]
Today, on the Nanowrimo Facebook page, a writer asked about starting her own publishing company. She wondered if any of us had done so. I commented to her that I had and invited her to this website to chat it over.
This is one of the topics we can toss around […]
House of Dads ebook is out in time for summer reading, and it might make this hot weather feel cool in comparison to the book’s “dizzying drive to disaster,” as one advance reviewer notes:
A master maker of labyrinths–and of labyrinths within labyrinths–June Gillam has done it again in this newest novel. The reader immediately […]
The Calling of Mother Adelli—what an intense journey. This is a novel I know I’ll read again, and soon, for the felt experience and understanding offered not only of Zoe Keithley’s blazingly well-drawn characters, but for the insights the book gives into life itself. As a reader, I felt gripped at times inside the terrifying […]
This week is overflowing with exciting events, and I hope readers and writers come to one or more of these so we get a chance to say hello.
Wednesday, May 14, 6:30-7:30 pm:
Ella K. McClatchy Library, 2112 22nd Street (22 & V), Sacramento.
Members of Capitol Crimes, the Sacramento […]
I’m so excited to be going to Moke Hill in the Sierra Nevada foothills for the annual Gold Rush Writers Conference! This is a small, intimate gathering in the historic Hotel Leger, said by some to be haunted! For sure it was the locale of many couples in years gone by […]
Okay, today is Nov. 15–all nanowrimoers, so to speak, need to be at 25,000 words today to be at the halfway point. I’ve got 1,401 more words to type this afternoon, and Book 3 in the Hillary Broome Novels will be half-drafted *:)
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