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Are Computers the Novelists of the Future?

I fear that I will soon be replaced by a computer. One upon a time, I believed many jobs were endangered by robots and artificial intelligence (AI), but those that involved creative enterprises – literature, art, drama, music – would be immune. Of course, as AI has...

Book readings are fun!

Even when the audience isn't large, book readings are fun. At Koffi last Sunday, October 8, my new friend David Roos and I had great fun talking about writing and book design in a lively conversation with our audience.  David showed us a trailer he created for his...

Urgent, Urgent! I Have to Get This Published!

Many mornings, after I have spent a couple of hours at my computer and have finished my shower and breakfast, I check my e-mails one more time for a response to an e-mail I sent the night before. Nothing. I mutter: "Why hasn't he/she gotten back to me?" Then, I look...

45 Years Later, We’re Still Truckin’

Surprises from a 45th class reunion.

Yes, Belinda’s Overweight and So Am I

There is a man my husband knows who never greets me without commenting on how much I weigh. “It looks like you’ve lost weight,” he often says. Or, “Have you lost weight?” he asks, encouragingly. I suppose he means well, but I find it judgmental and intrusive. I don’t...

What I Took Away from the Tucson Festival of Books

I recently returned from the Tucson Festival of Books a little poorer and with a little sunburn and heat exhaustion, but also relieved to know that books and authors are still relevant and respected enough to draw more than 100,000 people and 350 authors out into...

About Buen Dia and the Fun of Writing a Romance Series

I have just published my second romance novel, No Way to Win. It’s the second in a series of novels I plan to write about a small-hotel development company in Palm Springs, Casa de Buen Dia. I wrote about this series in a blog post last August (...

Ready for advance readers: Jackie’s Campaign

Finally, I have waded through the metadata set-up and publishing steps to get it ready.  Now, the sequel to Gracie's Revolution is available to advance readers willing to write a review upon the novel's release in mid-March.  If you would like to receive an advance...

Self-loathing in Palm Springs

I finished writing Gracie’s Revolution in October 2015. The manuscript was edited thirteen months ago, and yet, I didn't publish it until this past weekend. What took so long? There were some good reasons for the delay. My beta readers suggested some changes in the...

What I read in 2016 – Now it’s your turn!

The NYT’s Book Review two Sundays ago included a list of books that famous authors read this past year, and the ones they recommended for the rest of us. As I was reading it, I wondered what my friends read last year, and what they’d recommend to me. Why should we...

Self-loathing in Palm Springs

I finished writing Gracie’s Revolution in October 2015. The manuscript was edited thirteen months ago, and yet, I didn't publish it until this past weekend. What took so long? There were some good reasons for the delay. My beta readers suggested some changes in the...

What I read in 2016 – Now it’s your turn!

The NYT’s Book Review two Sundays ago included a list of books that famous authors read this past year, and the ones they recommended for the rest of us. As I was reading it, I wondered what my friends read last year, and what they’d recommend to me. Why should we...

Now More than Ever: A Point of View

I used to hide my political opinions and observations from my readers—both in blogs and in my books—worried that if someone disagreed with me, they’d never buy my books. A wise marketing person laughed at me when I said that. “Who’s buying your books now?” he asked....

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