Monthly Archives: March 2014

Be Daring…

I didn’t think I had a problem.  I would have denied that I had writer’s block.  I was still working on my novel, mostly.  I just was avoiding writing scenes that I didn’t want to write.  One part of the novel … Continue reading

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Ah Spring! Oh Happy Days!

As I sat at my kitchen table sipping coffee and looking out the window this morning I noticed my neighbor’s plum tree had burst into full bloom almost overnight.  I love this tree’s spectacular Spring show  — all cotton candy … Continue reading

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Seattle’s Queen Mary Tea Room and Tea Emporium

When I want a taste of London, but can’t leave Seattle, the Queen Mary Tea Room provides sweet solace.  Dressed in flowery curtains, with a wall of tea ware, a pastry case of delicious desserts, and the clink of china, this … Continue reading

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Dip into Paradise

Yes, it’s true that writers need to find a way to write every day.  But it’s also true that writers, like everyone else, need vacations.  For me, I need to escape from the dreary, dark, cold and rainy Seattle weather … Continue reading

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