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Fully Exposed – Finito!

I was whining to Matthew yesterday that I got nothing for today. Nothing. My life is blissfully uneventful (unless you count mopping up gallons of water, but I’m not going to talk about that anymore because, hey, people are dealing with entire houses flooding. I only have “seepage” – good problems). So, I am pretty … Continue reading »

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Fully Exposed – Day 30

photo: dreaming of summer The super cool and awesome Alison Gaylin’s review of BLESSED ARE THE DEAD is in and it’s fabulous! “BLESSED ARE THE DEAD is a fast-paced, suspenseful read. Savvy San Francisco reporter Gabriella Giovanni is tough, vulnerable and complex — a terrific new series character.” —Alison Gaylin, USA Today Bestselling Author of … Continue reading »

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Fully Exposed – Day 29

Today was the first day I was able to get back to my YA mystery in weeks. I spent about five hours of butt-in-chair, looking at, and incorporating, feedback from my super amazing writer’s group and then rewriting (for the third time) the very first scene of the novel. I didn’t get as many words … Continue reading »

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Fully Exposed – Day 28

    On Sundays, some of you already know, my routine is this: Mass, after party at my mother-in-laws house with tons of family, and then work at the newspaper. But this weekend, something amazing happened. THIS: https://brucedesilva.wordpress.com/2014/04/24/a-review-new-crime-novel-by-kristi-belcamino/ A Review: New Crime Novel By Kristi Belcamino Posted on April 24, 2014by Bruce DeSilva Gabriella Giovanni, … Continue reading »

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Fully Exposed – Day 27

Dear Friends, I was Italian-mama all the time today. Which was awesome. I accomplished nothing writerish except posting my Do Some Damage blog post here! I must admit that I’m a bit relieved that the final days are upon us for this blog project. While it has been fun, it really turned out the opposite … Continue reading »

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