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Thinking Out of the (Bread) Box: Interview with Laurel Snyder

I don’t know about you, but when I wake each morning, I ask myself why I didn’t think of a pig who wanted to be kosher before Laurel Snyder did.   Laurel’s the author of BAXTER, THE PIG WHO WANTED … Continue reading

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Carrying the Broken Spirits

I read this post on C.J. Redwine’s excellent blog yesterday. It’s mostly about all the hard work and commitment required to be a successful author, and how a person doesn’t turn into some superstar-other-kind-of-writer just by virtue of having a … Continue reading

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Coming Attractions

Summer’s funny. It always looks so long and promising. And here we are, in the August teens. School starts in weeks. I do not have anything resembling a completed first draft of a new novel written. (But I do have … Continue reading

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