This wonderful interview with me about the story behind my new book Eighteen Months To Live was published online at The Mesothelioma Center as a two-part series on January 30 and 31, 2013. Here is Part 2:
Survivor Insight Series | 18 Months to Live by Rachele Baker: Part 2 January 31st, 2013 | By: Ben Leer
Rachele has taken the time to share her mother’s private journal while she battled mesothelioma. Here are some quotes that we discussed with her and wanted to share with the…Continue
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This wonderful interview with me about the story behind my new book Eighteen Months To Live was published online at The Mesothelioma Center as a two-part series on January 30 and 31, 2013. Here is Part 1:
Survivor Insight Series | 18 Months to Live by Rachele Baker: Part 1
January 30th, 2013 | By: Ben Leer
It wasn’t just another day cleaning the garage when Rachele Baker came across some old memories. These were memories from her mother’s journal that had been…
Added by Rachele Baker, DVM on February 1, 2013 at 2:03pm — No Comments
"We all need someone to turn to at times, who will provide that support system we so desperately need when life and emotions get the better of us, and our own start to fail."
Read my latest diary entry on my blog at…Continue
Added by Kia Garriques on October 24, 2012 at 9:17am — No Comments
"What is it that makes us ‘us’ exactly; what defines us? Is it the way we talk? Is it the way we work? Does it come down to where our passions lie in life, or is it something much more complex than that? While pondering this I decided to take a step back and look at it from a personal…Continue
Added by Kia Garriques on October 17, 2012 at 7:02am — No Comments
I think I'm a fairly patient person in most aspects of my life, but one thing I really can't stand is cliffhangers. I hate watching/reading works in progress and I dislike being left in the lurch by any plot. I'm the kind of person that, if a TV show has a two-parter, I'll save up both parts to watch at the same time. That doesn't mean I don't like continuing plot arcs that go through a series of books or episodes on a TV show, even through a series of movies, but when those arcs are…Continue
Added by Sophie Duncan on January 30, 2012 at 9:53am — No Comments
Well, I may have only written a paragraph yesterday, but it got me through my little block I had in my Vampire YA, so I'm over the hump :D.
I'm not home free yet, I'm still having to work the characters back through in my head to get them sorted, but I am now moving forward with the story rather than standing still. It didn't help matters that yesterday my computer slowed to an almost complete standstill to the point where the mouse took two minutes to move and I had a lot of…
Added by Sophie Duncan on January 10, 2012 at 9:19am — No Comments
Originally posted to Wittegen Press LJ.
I'm currently reading a murder mystery, which I'm kind of enjoying, but if I hear one more Scot say Aye instead of Yes uniformly, I think I might just start screaming.
I am not a Scot, I'm English, but I know quite a few and Scots accents come in many, many different variations and not every Scot studying in Aberdeen will speak the same, in fact, given…
Added by Sophie Duncan on January 9, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments
Also published on Wittegen Press LJ.
Okay, so plan for next 6 months is now in progress, 4 books listed, plus regular atomising stuff!
Wow there's a lot of things to do per book when you list them out, everything from composing tweets to designing the cover. Oh yes, and of course, writing it! :P Each book has at least 33 tasks associated with it and that's only up until launch. After that are the…
Added by Sophie Duncan on January 6, 2012 at 6:06am — No Comments
Originally posted: Wittegen Press LJ
Well, I got listed a lot of stuff we ought to do to promote the press and our books, but I didn't manage to get it formatted into a plan yet!
There turned out to be a lot more stuff than I had anticipated and I only got as far as the mindmap, otherwise known as an info-dump, yesterday, so today's writing sessions are focusing again on promotion and not writing, but this stuff…
Added by Sophie Duncan on January 4, 2012 at 4:46am — No Comments
Originally posted: Wittegen Press LJ (and yes, there are 53 previous entries, but this is a new blog, and I won't bore you with those :D)
Well, it's been a while diary, but new year, new house is almost straight and so it's back to the routine.
Actually, today, I'm not planning on using my writing slots for writing, although I am determined to concentrate on the two pieces I abandoned in November in the face of…
Added by Sophie Duncan on January 3, 2012 at 4:26am — No Comments
When Ron Vitale approached me about reading and possibly reviewing Cinderella’s Secret Diary: Lost, I was intrigued by the concept. This is the first book in this new series. Being an extremely curious person, I’ve always wanted to know what happens after fairy tales end. “Happily ever after” has a nice ring to it but what really happens? Although this novel works well as a YA fantasy, it is also going to be very appealing to older readers who always wondered about…Continue
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Veronica is a young, single mother, who always had bad luck with men. Although she has a negative view of men in general, and has trouble trusting them, she can’t seem to live without them. In her attempt to avoid being alone…
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