Tag Archives: Paris

It’s a Mucky Job…

It’s great to meet Jan Harvey today, and experience the sights of Paris with her. I am like you, Jan, the way I don’t plot my books. Recently I learned that made me a “panster” in writers’ jargon. But I’ve … Continue reading

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Travelling Through Words in a Book

A warm welcome to Patricia Steele from Arizona, a genealogist and prolific writer who shares my love of travel and talks about the settings for her novels. Thanks so much, Jane, for inviting me to your blog.  I have looked over the … Continue reading

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Project Me

What an intriguing, honest title for a book! It’s been good getting to know fellow Crooked Cat, Carol Anne Hunter today. I, too, started writing my books from short stories; I wonder how many of us authors have done the … Continue reading

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