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Swashbuckling 101

Elsa Watson is proof that you can have a gentle soul, a rapier wit and a fierce intelligence all at once. Could be it’s that degree in Classics from Carleton, combined

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Not just another pretty face

Mrs. Larson and the Constant Flow of Thoughtful Books or, Meet Garth Stein at the Field’s End Writers’ Conference, April 28, 2007. Garth Stein has published books, created documentary films, written

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Editorial interference

“Revision is a very physical process, best done by hand, much like decoupage.”                                                                         –me, 3:00p.m. The fact is, I insist on editorial interference. I would be lost without it. The

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Four legged houseguest

This week, I’m a foster mom. Sonny the lab-mix has come to stay while his people are on vacation. He loves the beach! Who doesn’t love the beach? Gorgeous morning

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From Lawyer to Liar

A conversation (and apologies for the above headline, which I couldn’t resist) with bestselling author Robert Dugoni: Although he’s been a lawyer for nearly twenty years, Robert Dugoni has been

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I am in such trouble.

I still haven’t come up with a title for my book. For me, this is either completely simple–it pops into my head right away and it’s perfect for the book

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