Unfortunately the webcam is a bit blurry. I’m getting a new one. 😉

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My Journey into Publishing
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  • 01/13/2019 at 6:47 pm
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    As you can see when I hit send some of the words were left out. Technology and I sometimes are at odds. I hoe that the previous post makes sense.

    It was also sweet seeing Mr. Apple join your video. My Pierre looks identical and Pierre, like Apple, loves to be in the middle of things.

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  • 01/13/2019 at 6:43 pm
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    Totally enjoyed hearing about your writing journey. I especially enjoy your Bedlam series. Why did you choose the location ( San Juan Ihat process do you go through in weaving these characters into a story that flows well?

    Please continue to provide videos.

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  • 01/13/2019 at 5:14 pm
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    I have thoroughly enjoyed all your Otherworld books. I have collected your other novels to read “sometime” and have one of your non-fiction. All of this collecting is the by-product of having run a bookstore for 27 years and like you learning to read at a very young age. Whenever I need a catharsis I read one of the Otherworld to laugh, cry, feel sexy and wrung out. Thank you for your talent, I’m glad you made it.

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  • 01/13/2019 at 5:11 pm
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    Loved this! Would like to hear more about your writing process. How do you go from an initial idea to multiple books in a series? Do you plan for multiple books from the beginning, or does that evolve as the story progresses? Do you write on a sit/stand desk, or at a coffee shop, or at a regular desk, etc.? You have written about your music playlist as you write your books (sound), but what about the lighting? Do you write in bright sunlight? A dimly lit room? Artificial light? Natural light? Colored lights?

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