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Nov.02.2012 - 7:30 am
Sandy has come and gone, and while she visited Vero Beach she rearranged sand and assisted in a few home renovations.  Today's prize as we walked on the beach was an intact...
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Oct.31.2012 - 12:15 pm
Recently Copyblogger featured an article guaranteed to catch my eye: 8 Strange Rituals of Very Productive Writers.  Seventy novels later I guess I think of myself...
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Nov.14.2011 - 1:33 pm
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--original blog post 11/11/11-- Picture this:  You’ve splurged on a hefty hardcover you know you’ll spend weeks reading.  You’ve given the bookstore your hard-earned...
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Nov.14.2011 - 1:21 pm
Galen McGee, peakdefinition.com
--original blog post 11/4/11-- This week was a milestone in my career.  I turned in One Mountain Away, which is the first in the Goddesses Anonymous series set in Asheville,...
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Comments from Emilie

May.03.2011 - 5:19 pm
In response to: Writer's Paralysis: How to Get Moving Again
So many frustrating possibilities to turn in our favor, huh? www.emilierichards.com
Mar.06.2010 - 7:37 pm
In response to: Couldn't I Have Said That Better? Editing, Galleys and Errors
Lynn, I've discovered that reading every single word out loud before I send off a book or even a blog makes all the...
Mar.30.2009 - 6:22 pm
In response to: Finding Your Voice
Mary, Nemo really is a quiet little guy, but when he has something to say, apparently he will say it. And Kunzang, it...
Jan.25.2009 - 7:35 am
In response to: Pick a Card, Any Card
Diane, Great point about the Jungian nature of the cards.  We pull what we need, and sometimes surprises, too.  Anyway...
Jan.24.2009 - 9:32 am
In response to: Pick a Card, Any Card
Jennifer and the esteemed Casey, First Jennifer, I have that deck. I'm looking forward to learning them. I spent so...

Published Reviews

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Oct.15.2012
Published by Publisher's Weekly
Despite a slow beginning, Richards (Sunset Bridge) manages to bring readers a well-crafted tale of atonement before death. Utterly alone after years of mistakes ("Knowing what was...