Author Archives: Lee

For the Love of Genre

The first Wednesday jostles itself front and center again, and that means it’s Insecure Writer’s Support Group day, when this amazing community of writers connect and reach out to support one another. We discuss struggles and triumphs and offer a words of … Continue reading

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Virginia Woolf – A Birthday Homage

I have long admired the body of work produced by Virginia Woolf and find her personal life fascinating. And I must be backwards prescient, because I recently read in Writer’s Houses that Virginia wrote in green ink, a  practice I intend to … Continue reading

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It’s a Miracle That I’m Not in Prison

THIS is a fabulous poster that will be framed and hung in a place of honor in my new writing room. It is a gift from my devious sister-in-crime, Anna Adams. For those of you not familiar with this painting, … Continue reading

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If You Fail to Plan, You Are Planning to Fail

The first posting of IWSG is upon us, and 2018 is shaping up to be a fabulous year! Benjamin Franklin’s sage words play right into the question Captain Ninja has posed for January:  “What steps have you taken or plan to take … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions – a Pictorial

For 2018, I firmly resolve to:   Quit my day job.   Read more books   Kill more people (but only if they really need killing).   Work out more.   Drink more wine.   Embrace the unusual.   Unleash … Continue reading

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