Monthly Archives: July 2012

Where I write

Then there’s the sounds that go with the view. The cawing of crows and ravens and the high pitched call of an eagle. Or the cacophony of sound an army of small birds made the day a Barred owl perched in a Douglas fir. I watched as a hummingbird darted forward to stab the enemy in the chest with a tiny beak. Despite his or her bravery, the owl didn’t budge. Continue reading

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Rebellious Worker-Bee Rides the Back of the Alligator – guest blog by Amanda Hale

Writing is a precarious craft involving uncertain measures of worker-bee diligence and free-wheeling inspiration. Author Amanda Hale was all set to plunge into a dark novel set in World War II when the crowing roosters and snorting pigs of Cuba sent her on another journey. Continue reading

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