Monthly Archives: June 2011

SOMEONE ONCE WROTE THAT YOU CAN’T TEACH WRITING BUT YOU CAN LEARN WRITING.

A woman e-mailed asking how I prepared to write a novel.  Apparently this reader has experience with short stories and commercial non-fiction and has a book in her.  The short answer, dear reader, is that I haven’t a clue.  That’s … Continue reading

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One Woman’s Epic Adventure! One Man’s Unshakeable Love!

A reader asked how I came to write a “woman’s book.” She was referring to A Thorn of the Crown on Kindle. Actually, dear reader, I didn’t exactly write the book. It started as a sort of competition between me … Continue reading

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To Star or Not To Star?

A writer sent a note asking why, if I was so enthusiastic about Philip Corbett’s new book White Sands I only gave it four stars—when he said—it sounds like a five-star review? There are many reasons, reader.  IMHO only books … Continue reading

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Tomorrow Will Take Care of Itself

Cecilia Farron arts editor of Seattle’s Weekly Saboteur interviews Mr. Max who made his acting debut in Tomorrow Will Take Care of Itself. They had agreed to meet at a cafe in Pioneer Square not far from her office. The … Continue reading

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