The Writing Life

Hey, I’m over at Writer’s Digest Today

  I’m over at Writer’s Digest, being a — hopefully helpful — smart alec about the journey to getting an agent. And here is a secret agent shot of me at Noir at the Bar trying to get adjusted to reading my words with a mic between me and my papers.

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The Next Big Thing Blog Hop

Thank you to the lovely Lilliam Rivera for tagging me in this fun game. I’m posting a bit earlier than I was scheduled (Feb. 3rd) as I will be out of town that day and am not technically savvy enough to figure out how to get it posted on that day! What is the working … Continue reading »

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  I’m delighted to announce I am now represented by Stacey Glick, Vice President of Dystel & Goderich Literary Management. So excited to be represented by the amazingly talented Stacey and the prestigious Dystel & Goderich agency. Dystel & Goderich Literary Management was founded in 1994 by Jane Dystel, who has been a respected figure … Continue reading »

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The Chess Pieces: A rambling tale of coming home again

The Chess Pieces A rambling tale of cities, lifelong friends met traveling, and coming home again.   Boston 1970s The  musty old house had deep closets hidden behind the hanging clothes and secret staircases that led from the kitchen to the basement. The kids in the neighborhood talked about the haunted house at the end … Continue reading »

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