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lisa-shearin's picture
Apr.21.2009
The Barnes & Noble in Cary, NC, has graciously offered to make signed and personalized copies of any and all of my books available for ordering...
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Apr.26.2009
Today I'm guest blogging over at Romance Bandits. It's a combination of an interview, the hot Raine & Tam scene that was posted on my blog...
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Apr.28.2009
It's finally here-- the release day for The Trouble with Demons! It should be in bookstores, mailboxes, eBook readers, and Kindles everywhere...
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May.11.2009
I recently had a question from one of my regular blog readers. I won't say the name because the friend who was giving this individual editing...
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May.12.2009
Today I'll tackle yet another great question that one of you sent me: How to choose which idea to develop and write about. If there are several ideas...
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May.13.2009
It's constantly debated in writing circles, and every author has their favorite method. Write a full plotline before beginning, or write the book by...
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May.14.2009
I had a close encounter of the Big Red Canine kind the other night when I went to the Cary, NC, Barnes & Noble to sign the more orders for my...
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May.19.2009
Today's writing question comes from Jo in London:My question is about the idea I've got. I know bits and pieces about the two main characters, and...
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May.20.2009
I'm hard at work on Chapter 24 of Bewitched & Betrayed -- though that's the ultimate understatement. I have two chapters to write in two weeks,...
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May.27.2009
I've received a lot of emails from writers ready to start submitting their work. A word of warning, this process...
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Jan.07.2009
it is funny how we try to steer clear of the past in our conversations when the past is everything that we really have shared. you were never really...
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Jan.26.2009
holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent at throwing it to someone else. you burn your hands first in the process.   i’ve...
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Feb.12.2009
i lied. i’m not okay. i’m not fine. the smiles were meant to deceive you. the high spirits were conjured from the pits of my consciousness leaving me...
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May.12.2011
Please join us for Part 2 of African Networking:  What U Need to Know this Saturday, the 14th  of May, 2 p.m. Eastern Time.  How can people in the...
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Dec.14.2009
The city of Milpitas opened a new high-tech library earlier this year, which I had the honor of helping open. They have a literary luncheon each year...
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Dec.19.2008
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Feb.08.2009
Sigh! I took 4 days off from my writing to attend to some other major changes in my life: namely getting back into shape! This week I pushed weights...
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Jun.05.2009
It was America and it was also the world. And throughout all of this buying and shopping and loaning and accumulation of stuff, nobody ever thought...
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Jun.25.2009
Hi Q, how are you? "Fine. Great. Super fantastic!" Said the crying smile.
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Mar.02.2010
There are no lights in the parks of Taiwan tonight. Instead, there are glowing orbs of tiger heads floating closer and closer. They’re blurred to me...
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