Monthly Archives: June 2015

THURSDAY MORNING COFFEE – Making trouble

Making trouble for my characters is what I love to do in my books. No smooth sailing makes for a better plot and, if I’m lucky, a bit of humor to release tension as needed. So… which one of my characters … Continue reading

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THURSDAY MORNING COFFEE – Distracting dissonance

I was dragged to piano lessons at the tender age of seven. They said I was too old to learn. Now though, my teenage musical kid needs to learn enough keyboarding to accompany herself as she sings, and… piano. Electronic and portable, innocuous, … Continue reading

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THURSDAY MORNING COFFEE – Puppy!

Several month after Caramel’s sudden passing, we have a puppy coming! Finding a lab-mix female took what felt like forever. There seems to be a shortage of suitable puppies in the Pittsburgh area for those who prefer to avoid puppy … Continue reading

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