Monthly Archives: November 2011

It’s My Party…And I Don’t Have to Cry

Interesting week on the march toward publication. Good news, bad news, more good news. Good News: Utter elation following a visit with my former professor of Humanities and Women’s Studies. She stated “I would be honored to read your manuscript” … Continue reading

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Indie Author Before It Was Cool

In early 1996 I finished the first draft of a first novel then titled Brookline, Texas. For the next four years I queried, submitted, revised, ground my teeth, queried, submitted, revised, pulled out my finger nails, queried, submitted revised…oh, I … Continue reading

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