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Yes, I Really am a Moron

One of the most popular questions I get asked is: Where do you get your ideas from? I think some want to hear about how I have access to a magic fountain where ideas freely flow, and after I make … Continue reading

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Amazing Deals on Books

Miranda and I are prepping for the I Heart Lesfic mega sale starting on March 15th. These sales take a lot of work, and it’s always a mad dash to get things done. On more than one occasion, I’ve almost … Continue reading

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That Time I Had an Obnoxious Neighbor

In The Setup, Rory shares a story about collecting discarded plants to build a plant wall on her deck to block out an annoying neighbor. This is actually based on something that happened in my real life. When I moved … Continue reading

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Her Name is What, and How is it Spelled?

There are two facts you should know about me: I have atrocious spelling skills. (This sequence of words took a few attempts before spellcheck could figure out what I was trying to write.) I’m really bad with names. These two … Continue reading

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Will Ten Cents Land Me in Jail?

If you listen to the Lesbians Who Write podcast, you’ll know I’m truly awful when it comes to math. Side note, when I agreed to cohost with Clare Lydon, I didn’t factor in how many times I’d have to do … Continue reading

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I’m Never Wrong

I grew up back in the olden days, when we didn’t have a VCR until mid-childhood. I also remember getting our first microwave. I’m still not sure how I survived without either, but the latter drastically changed my life since … Continue reading

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WTF is TB Thinking?

A couple of days ago, I shared my version for the spark of Heart of Ice, cowritten by Miranda MacLeod. Miranda is here today to tell it from her perspective. Take it away Miranda When TB called me last fall … Continue reading

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The Spark for Heart of Ice

I need to confess something. I frigging love cemeteries. The old, beautiful ones that date back well over a hundred years. When I lived in London, I would stroll through Brompton Cemetery to let my mind wander. It’s a very … Continue reading

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The Trials and Tribulations of Having an Odd Head

I have an odd head. There’s no breaking that news gently. Trust me, many have, especially people who cut my hair. They try to gently say I have terrible hair to style and not to expect a miracle. What’s odd … Continue reading

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A Day for Celebration

When Miranda and I published Holly and Ivy, we treated ourselves to a day at the spa. With COVID, that wasn’t an option this time around. However, neither of us wanted to skip celebrating the release of Heart of Ice, … Continue reading

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