Monthly Archives: January 2017

Kelly Martin’s Dark and Deadly Things

This week I asked Kelly Martin to stop by and tell us about her newest release. It’s not even a week old yet. I picked up my copy and have it downloaded to my phone. I don’t usually read ghost … Continue reading

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Please Welcome Karin Beery!

  I met Karin a couple years ago at a writers’ retreat where we were the only two writers who showed up. It was a great chance to get to know her and get a lot of writing done. Tell … Continue reading

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Guest Author: R. J. Fox

This week is scheduled for guest author spotlights. As vice-president of my local writers group, it’s my responsibility to seek out and arrange for speakers at our monthly meetings. Last year I read a notice about a presentation by Ann … Continue reading

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Snubbing Snacking

This week we were asked what, if anything, we snack on when we write. This question was by my suggestion, but oddly, I usually don’t, snack while writing, that is. I do some ‘writing’ while I am busy doing other … Continue reading

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Do I Munch?

Does a Bear Snack in the Woods? By Jeff Salter Well, you know what I mean. Asking whether I snack is like asking Superman if he has a cape. Duh. Snacking is my life. Well, that, plus napping. Uh, and … Continue reading

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No Snack Zone

This week we are talking about snacking a the computer.  I don’t. Growing up we were always told not to have food or drinks next to the computer and for the most part that has stuck with me. So when … Continue reading

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Bite and Type

When I sit down to write, I usually have a snack nearby. I think most of the time I use it as a means of procrastination. Most snacks leave some type of residue on your fingers so I don’t want … Continue reading

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Food for Thought and Writing

This week, one of the foxes asked about our go-to snacks while we’re writing. Two weeks ago we discussed our favorite winter beverages, and I mentioned that at this time of year I’m usually drinking something hot (coffee, tea, or … Continue reading

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Stop That Writer’s World, I Want to Get Off

Free week here at 4F, 1H and I have been trying to figure out where all my reading time had gone, and finding out that I may be wasting the time I now have. Waiting for grandkids gave me a … Continue reading

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Size Definitely Matters

Excerpt from my novel, Size Matters By Jeff Salter Chapter 1 Saturday, early morning “What do you mean you were a foot tall?” asked my friend Vickilee, after I’d tearfully repeated what happened to me last night. “As in literally,” … Continue reading

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