Monthly Archives: March 2016

Progress on the last Spring Street Quilters Book (and a secret)

It’s finally happening! I’m finishing the book. Right now I’m in the midst of nicely wrapping up story lines and tying them in a lovely bow. I don’t want to finish the third book in a rush with something dumb like, … Continue reading

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My Most Hated Word in Writing

As an editor, I have my most loved words and my most hated words. Today, I’ll talk about my most hated word. Just one of them, the one at the top of my list. Are you ready? That. Yes – that. … Continue reading

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On Loving Words – and Now Letters

I know I’ve said this before, but it bears repeating. “I love to play with words.” Whether it is as a writer or an editor, I love to move them around, delete them and bring them back again. It’s like … Continue reading

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How They Make Pencils

As a writer you’d think I would go through pencils like Dorito’s. Nope. I write on my keyboard. And if I do write ‘by hand’ I like to use a nice pen. However, I am fascinated by how things are … Continue reading

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Writing, Quilts and Fun

I’m happy to report I’m the new blogger on the block at Quilting Focus! My first post appeared on March 10 and my next one will be … soon  I hope you’ll stop by and say ‘Hey!’ It’s fun to … Continue reading

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It’s National Grammar Day

Don’t you just hate grammar? It makes no sense, except for some gifted individuals who can structure a sentence in a matter of seconds. I’ve heard, although I don’t know if it’s true, that English is one of the most … Continue reading

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