One of the many reasons I became a full-time fiction writer was to achieve the clarity of mind to write fiction. My clients' work occupied too much of my thoughts.
|"If only I had the clarity of mind to think of a blog topic."|
I did at last come up with a topic: clarity of mind. I'll post that Thursday, 5 August, at the other blog I write for, NovelSpaces. Please join me there later this week to share ideas on clearing the mind for writing.
There's still time to enter last week's contest to win The Fire Lord's Lover by Kathryne Kennedy. Two copies will be given away, courtesy of Sourcebooks Casablanca. To enter, comment on last week's post here by 11:59 pm Pacific time, Wednesday 4 August.
Congratulations to Steve Malley, who won my contest of two weeks ago. He chose my novel Like Mayflies in a Stream as his prize, and it is now crossing the Pacific to him.
If you are on Facebook, Therese Walsh is running her "Big, Fat 49-Author Contest" here. Forty-nine books are being given away to more than 50 winners. There are books for every taste, so it's worth checking out.
Like Mayflies in a Stream received a nice review from Books For A Buck at http://www.booksforabuck.com/genfict/mayflies_stream.html.
THE ARCHAEOLOGY SERIES IS GROWING
Hadley Rille Books will release books three and four in its Archaeology Series this fall. (Like Mayflies in a Stream was the second book in the series.) Coming in September is Song of the Swallow by K.L. Townsend, set in China 800 years ago. Next up is Secrets of the Canyon by Ann Walters, set in New Mexico 800 years ago. Learn more about the series here.
interview with writer and artist Steve Malley
Clarity of mind. Something that isn't easy to get. Looking forward to the Malley interview.
I didn't know you were going to be posting a picture of Charles. Isn't he cute?
CHARLES, I'll answer you over at Novel Spaces.
LANA, LOL. Put your glasses on, dear.
That *was* a good review-- great even! :-D
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