Lakeshore Chronicles

learning from myself

So I’m struggling through the story synopsis on the next book, know up until now as “Lakeshore #7.” I have a title I love–The Summer Hideaway–and a fascinating cast of

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series or single title?

From the Deborah Bouziden interview: How is writing a series different from writing a single title? Which do you prefer and why? SW: I love both, and continue to do

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last blast of winter

At fine bookstores and libraries everywhere, this October…and an early look at Christmas! Would you please check out the cover art for Lakeshore Christmas? Barkis is totally star-struck:

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drawing for a free audio book!

Oooh, look what the mailman just delivered! A box of spare copies of FIRESIDE on audio. It’s available from Brilliance in unabridged CD, abridged CD or mp3 format. Also available

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Welcome to my nightmare.

So here’s why writers don’t get cocky no matter how well their books are selling. The actual work of writing never changes. This is Lakeshore Christmas. Or it will be

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Still toasty warm! Thanks, Booklist!

Fireside. Wiggs, Susan (author). Feb. 2009. 416p. MIRA, paperback, $7.99 (9780778326175).  REVIEW. First published February 15, 2009 (Booklist). For years, hard-living Bo Crutcher has worked diligently toward a New York Yankees pitching spot,

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images of Willow Lake

Avalon and Willow Lake are made-up places. But if they were real, they’d look a bit like this: [youtube=]

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FIRESIDE is rated "toasty warm."

[zoom] FIRESIDE by Susan Wiggs RT Rating: ½ Publisher: MIRA Published: February 2009 Type: Mainstream Fiction   Worth a look for the often-hilarious dialogue alone, the latest installment of her

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3:46 a.m.

My publisher is reissuing More Than Words and I hope you’ll buy a copy. I won’t make a penny from the sale but I don’t care. This project is more

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