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ACFW moments: the good, the bad, and the ugly

I wrote a post yesterday, but something ate it. So, instead of a cohesive and intelligent report from the ACFW conference, I’ll round up some random memories in no particular order. Which might be more interesting anyway. An encouraging moment: As I walked down the hall, I overheard a young man mention P.G. Wodehouse as a favorite author. Yeah! I’ve…

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ACFW 2006

I had a lovely time at the American Christian Fiction Writers conference in Dallas over the weekend. It’s fun to be around people who have imaginary friends to talk about, or even to talk to. Among fiction writers, muttering under your breath as you walk down the hall, alone, is considered normal behavior. Everybody knows you’re just having an argument…

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Techno-klutz and the very expensive coffee

I simply cannot make myself be technologically adept. In my last post, when I tried to link to my friend Dee’s post about meeting each other in Atlanta last month, I didn’t link to that post specifically, just to her blog in general, so if you clicked on the link, you were probably scratching your head and asking, “Huh? What…

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Dee & Me

My friend and critique partner Deeanne Gist posted a picture of the two of us on her blog today and shared some kind and completely true words about my husband. Ever since I started writing, Jon has been my encourager, always going the extra mile and shelling out more money so I can follow my dream. He even played chauffeur…

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To Florida and back to my cave

I’ve been neglecting this baby again. I haven’t been home a lot lately, and when I’ve been around, I’ve been writing like crazy. Just not on the blog. A couple of weeks ago we drove down to Florida for a nephew’s wedding. After the festivities, some of us went to the beach. I was happy to change from my glad-rags…

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To RWA and back to my cave again

Last week, I spent some time at the Romance Writers of America conference in downtown Atlanta. I’m not a member of RWA anymore, but it was fun to be there during the open-to-the-public events. For me, the highlight was on Wednesday, when my husband and I went to the airport to pick up my friend Deeanne Gist. Dee and I…

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Best sellers, best givers

My husband and I took a one-day trip on his bike a couple of weeks ago. We stopped at a garage sale just down the road, and I bought a novel by a Famous Christian Author, or F.C.A. Lo, how the mighty have fallen. A best-seller for a quarter. I’ve never read any of this F.C.A.’s books, but I’ve read…

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Deliver Us From Evelyn

With the blessing and permission of the author, here’s the first chapter of Deliver Us From Evelyn by Chris Well. This is his second “quirky crime drama,” as he describes it. I enjoyed his first one, Forgiving Solomon Long, and I’m looking forward to reading this one, too. Published by Harvest House Publishers, it’s available in stores and on Amazon…

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Smuckers and the toe

I had some half-baked, pseudo-intellectual ramblings taking shape in my mind this week, gearing themselves up to become a blog post, but then I went grocery shopping and a two-pound jar of Smucker’s strawberry jam interfered with my toe and with my mental processes, such as they are, and all I can think about is that painful digit, which is…

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On I-75 with Levi’s Will

I didn’t know I’d chosen the perfect book to read on this particular road trip with my family: Levi’s Will, by Dale Cramer. Just before we started our 12-hour drive to a wedding in Michigan, I grabbed the book. It’s about an Ohio boy named Will who ran from his Amish family at age 19, wound up in Atlanta with…

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