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Guest Blog: Robert Spiller’s Thoughts on the Waldo Canyon Fire

 A Writer’s Thoughts on the Waldo Canyon Fire by Robert Spiller For those of you who have wondered how it was in Colorado Springs during the Waldo Canyon Fire, here are the facts:  A fire storm raged out of Waldo Canyon, was fed by mindless winds, spread at an insane speed across my beautiful Rocky …

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Guest Blog: What Makes A Good Writer’s Group by Linda Rodriguez

What Makes A Good Writer’s Group by Linda Rodriguez  author of Every Last Secret  – winner of the (St. Martin’s) Malice Domestic Best First Traditional Mystery Novel Competition Over the years, I have been a part of many writer’s workshops, groups, and organizations. I have been a founder of several. When I was a young wife and …

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Guest Blog: “Thank an Author Day” – by Leslie Budewitz

GUEST BLOGGER: AGATHA AWARD WINNING AUTHOR LESLIE BUDEWITZ Thank an Author Day     I’d like to declare a new holiday: Thank an Author Day. Now I realize that coming from a writer, this sounds completely self-serving–because who doesn’t like to hear thanks? To hear praise, to hear that your work entertained someone, or helped them …

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Guest Blog – Gail Handler – A Writer With Special Vision

          Thank you, Debra, for inviting me to write a guest post. I’m not a mystery/thriller writer, although the writing I do can be very thrilling when it comes together. I’m a children’s book writer; mostly picture books with an occasional chapter book or middle grade novel (ages 8-12) thrown in. I can hear some …

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Guest Blog: A Passion for Chocolate-or Chocolate for Passion? by Judy Alter

One night friends sat in my living room talking about chocolate and addiction, and I admitted to loving chocolate but claimed I’m not addicted. My oldest son, long grown, went into my office and emerged with a handful of five or six chocolate bars. “No,” he said, “she’s not addicted. She just happened to have …

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