Monthly Archives: December 2013

As 2013 ticks away…

My goal before the New Year is to have my desk clean and organized. Okay, MOSTLY clean and organized. It may or may not happen. Anyway, I have the day “off,” so of course I have spent it doing laundry, … Continue reading

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Just another early Saturday morning …

Which is really when I seem to get all my work on my blog, etc., done. Mostly because it’s quiet. Until SOMEONE decides to wake up and come in and put on Bollywood, at which point my concentration is shot … Continue reading

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Unexpected Parade

Saturday Rob and I decided to load the dogs into the car and head downtown to the local farmers’ market. This market is the equivalent of the bar in Cheers, where everyone knows your name—or in our case, where everyone … Continue reading

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Local Artist Shares “Handmade Clay Creations”

Green Men peer out from masks of turkey fig tree, oak and hydrangea leaves. A cherubic face nestles in the curve of a blue-glazed moon. A deep green wall vase holds a cluster of paper flowers. If you have been … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Elizabeth Donald, Part 2…

Yesterday, I posted the first part of my interview with author and journalist Elizabeth Donald. We talked about her Furlough Tour, the main character from her Blackfire series, Major Sara Harvey, as well as her interpretation of the traditional zombie … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Elizabeth Donald, Part 1…

As I mentioned in the teaser, author Elizabeth Donald is a journalist, as well as a blogger and a writer of fiction. I met her at Dragon*Con, where I attended a reading and then stayed to bug her and bend her ear. … Continue reading

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Coming Soon … A Conversation with Elizabeth Donald

Have you got a reader on your holiday list who loves good fiction, especially kick-ass genre fiction? Then stay tuned, because we here at Infamous Scribbler had a chance to sit down with author Elizabeth Donald and ask a few … Continue reading

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