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Roller-Coastering with Raji Singh: Book Release

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Roller-Coastering with Raji Singh: Book Release

By Catherine Hedge When I climb on a carousel, I’m pretty sure where I’m going.  Up and down and around.  The route is the same with variation provided by bejeweled horses, tigers, and occasional chickens.  If you’re timid, you can … Continue reading

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The Perfect Writing Teacher

by Catherine Hedge One of the cruelest myths of writing is that if you are a really good writer, you start with “Once upon a time…” and reach “The End” in one free-flowing, unstoppable, lyrical explosion of brilliance.  Perhaps the … Continue reading

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Blogging: Opening Pandora’s Box

Blogging: Opening Pandora’s Box.

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Blogging: Opening Pandora’s Box

By Catherine Hedge When I was little, my father played Morse Code with us.  He’d say, “Dit- dit- dit- da- da –da- dit – dit –dit,” and we’d try to figure out what he meant.  He was a Navy radioman … Continue reading

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Bumper Stickers by Bishop, Part Two

By Catherine Hedge For five days, I moped around the house, stalling.  I was stuck on my next scene for my Southern novel, Momma Liddy and Me.  I sorted my stationery collection. It goes back 15 years or more as … Continue reading

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My Adventures in E-publishing: Round Two

By Donna Gillespie And so at last the freshly scanned copy of my first novel was buffed and polished and — or so I thought — all ready to be electroni-cized. (That story’s here: My Adventures in E-publishing, Round One; http://www.peninhand.org). … Continue reading

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My Adventures in E-Publishing: Round One

By Donna Gillespie When my first novel (The Light Bearer, Berkley/Putnam 1994) was teetering at the edge of the out-of-print abyss and my publisher didn’t seem interested in putting it out as an e-book, I realized that if I wanted … Continue reading

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Keeping up

Keeping up.

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Keeping up

By Catherine Hedge It used to be easy to be a pen pal.  If you only responded when you received a letter, you had at least two weeks before you had to write another one…a week for your letter to … Continue reading

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