Monthly Archives: February 2009

What’s in a Name: Keeping Faith

    Ever done an Amazon.com search on your book title?   Suffice it to say that, because book titles are not copyrighted, there are A LOT of books with the same title as the first book I ever wrote … Continue reading

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Q&A with Morgan Ashbury about…

    Welcome, Morgan! And congratulations on the release of your tenth book.   Thanks! And thanks so much for having me here.   On your website, you state that “the only dream you ever had was to be a … Continue reading

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A Relationship Paradigm

One of the first things authors learn right away (or should learn!) is the whole idea of SHOW not TELL.   Basically, this means that instead of TELLING us, for example, that Jean Luc Picard of Star Trek: The Next … Continue reading

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A Rose By Any Other Name…

Doesn’t necessarily smell like a rose.   This is my “profound” conclusion after watching the 1936 version of Romeo and Juliet yesterday afternoon on TCM.   Normally, I’m a fan of old movies. I’m also a fan of Norma Shearer … Continue reading

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Nice Pants

His were grey…mine were pin-stripped and that’s all I’m going to say on the subject, because, actually, this has nothing to do with pants.   It has to do with a jazz performance by Michael Kaeshammer—a boogie-woogie pianist, vocalist, composer. … Continue reading

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Q&A with Storm Grant about…

    Welcome, Storm! Thanks for joining me to talk about your first published novel—GYM DANDY, a gay tale of seduction and denial, humor and sweat.   Storm, you spent years writing fanfiction. What made you decide to write an … Continue reading

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