Tag Archives: Blank Slate Press

Keep Mum and Write On

When I was working on my novel (which, I’ll admit, took an incredibly long time), I made the mistake of sharing that information with people around me. As the weeks, months, and (yes) years passed I alternately worked on/shelved/suffered over … Continue reading

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Reading Groups Welcome!

Dancing With Gravity is out in the world and I’m gratified by the interest and positive reviews it’s been generating. I’m also delighted that book groups have contacted me to ask if I’d attend at their meetings as they discuss … Continue reading

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From Writing To Retail

I’ve finished my novel. The short story that gave birth to my book’s central character is only a memory. The man in that story has evolved considerably. He’s deeper, more fully drawn. His suffering is more complex. Behind me are … Continue reading

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To E- or Not to E-

(Forgive me Mr. Shakespeare, especially since I’m not asking the question.) I want to share links to two articles by Julie Bosman that appeared in the New York Times (August 12, 2010). First, the writer Pete Hamill has announced that … Continue reading

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Throw Mama From the Bates Motel: Publishing 2010

Jane Henderson, a reporter with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, published a story on the front page of today’s paper about new options for publishing—thanks in large part to innovative publishers such as Blank Slate Press (who will bring out my forthcoming … Continue reading

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