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  • Those early weeks…

    Those early weeks… weeks of excitement, anticipation, anxiety. Those weeks following the release of your next book when you wait for the early affirmation that your story has connected with readers, that it will be accepted and supported by the book stores, and that it will have life beyond the early flurry.…

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  • Finally, the launch of a third novel,”Grayton Winds” in December 2011.

    After three years, five storyline changes, four reader critiques and sixteen edits, “Grayton Winds” is now on bookstore shelves, book retailer website pages and in reader’s hands.

    A departure from my previous two books set in Northern Michigan, “Grayton Winds” moves to Paris in the years following WWI, to Atlanta, Georgia, New York City and a small beach village on the northern Gulf Coast of Florida in the Prohibition years of the 1920’s.…

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  • Taking the eBook Plunge

    My first novel, The Seasons of the EmmaLee, has been in the bookstores since 2005. I’ve been keeping a close eye on the changes in the publishing industry these past years, as most writers have. There is no denying that there is a dramatic transformation underway in how readers find the stories they want to read.…

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