Category Archives: maggie

Release Day!

  I’m so excited it’s finally here! Angels in Seashore Cove is out! I’m so happy to see this story go live. I hope everyone loves reading it as much as I loved writing it!       Santa’s Little … Continue reading

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Ruby’s Letters – Infamous Prologue

Thank you all so much for making release day for RUBY’S LETTERS such a wonderful experience! I love my readers–I love talking to them–so I want to give a small gift in return for all you’ve done. Below is the … Continue reading

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Thursday Thirteen

I’ve only recently heard about this phenomena through the other blog I participate in, The Otherworld Diner so I decided to give it a shot on my own. Thirteen ways to go mildly insane (I know, because I made this … Continue reading

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Word Count

I don’t know why I still obsess over this. Anyone I’ve ever talked to has said not to go crazy over word count. It’s just an approximation for the editor and/or agent to go by. When I first started out … Continue reading

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Going Crazy

Wow, if life as a published author is going to be anything like the week I just had, I’m in BIG trouble (hopefully:). I couldn’t imagine meeting a deadline when under the gun. I recently started a new book. A … Continue reading

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Oh the joys of editing

There is nothing more rewarding to any new writer than to type those two precious words “The End”. It’s also a big lie, because in no way is this the end (unless you have no desire to seek the Nirvana … Continue reading

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