Category Archives: Writing

Barking up a New Tree

Arf!Arf! Hey there! Masterpiece Renoir here. Reni for short. When you call me that, I’ll know we’re friends. Today’s my birthday. I’m eleven years old. I’m here to announce that mom—Linda Joyce—is taking the next step. There’ll be a new … Continue reading

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Aristotle said… Excellence

I announced on Facebook that I was doing a giveaway with today’s blog. You could be a lucky winner! Stick with me. The giveaway information is coming. Excellence. What does that mean for you? Aristotle said, “We are what we … Continue reading

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Wednesday Offerings of Things Just Around the Corner

The clock ‘tic tocs’ in my ear. My fingers tap the keyboard while I work to produce words on a page. I’m working on Book Three of the Fleur de Lis series, Back to the Bayou—Camilla and Jared’s story, while … Continue reading

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The Shark

Originally posted on Christi Corbett's Blog:
If you’re a writer, then chances are good that you know the name Janet Reid. If not, you should because she’s a wealth of information for newbie writers. She runs an informative blog, where she…

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Becoming a Visceral Warrior!

I met Margie Lawson at RWA Nationals, last month. (Has it been that long?) I’m looking forward to learning from her. Whether you’re a beginning writer, or an experience one, there’s something there for you at Writers In The Storm. … Continue reading

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You Know Her – the author of The Merchant of Venice Beach

Hey there! Glad you could join us. I’m excited to introduce you to (for those of you who don’t already know her) Celia Bonaduce. If name recognition doesn’t hit you between the eyes, then you’ll know of her through her … Continue reading

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Author, Playright, and Artist. Who is she?

The woman behind the curtain. Who is she? I started my writing career when I still lived in Kansas, therefore references to The Wizard of Oz are to be expected. When my debut novel, Bayou Born, was in production, an … Continue reading

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