Monthly Archives: June 2011

Book Review – Red Hot Liberty by Devin O’Branagan

Molly O’Malley is a plucky single mom trying to survive the shark-infested waters of the real estate industry. Her new client Liberty True is a tin-foil-hat-wearing, conspiracy-theory-believing, rebel patriot who invites Molly to a different kind of tea party and … Continue reading

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What Say You?

I’m supposed to be reviewing Red Hot Liberty this week, but I’m still in the midst of enjoying it, so you’ll have to wait until next week. And I mean that, truly, it isn’t just because I’m in the midst … Continue reading

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Book Review – Show Dog Sings the Blues!

  “Talisman, a pampered show dog with attitude, has a play date with her sister Maddie, who is a hardcore cowdog. Through an unfortunate mix-up, the two dogs are switched and Talisman has to cowdog-up for the day.  It’s an … Continue reading

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Sin #5 – Cardboard Books

Okay so this week I’m going to talk to you about the sin of ‘emotional distance’. What’s that you ask? Well that’s when you write simply for the sake of writing. When it seems as though you’re writing on auto-pilot … Continue reading

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Sin #4 – Caught in the Act!!!

      Well I’m back for more. Why you ask? Because irony is not lost on me. This brings me to Sin #4, the Sin of Incompletion. What is this exactly? Well alot of new writers and I’m sure … Continue reading

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