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Just because it’s been awhile since I’ve posted any photos for my friend Belinda at http://www.busymindthinking.com. The blossoms are now gone, but this post helps me relive their beauty, a beauty that reminds me of Belinda.
A little birdie (well, actually, a big birdie) told me that today is Helena Hann-Basquiat’s birthday! And what better way to celebrate her birthday than by heading over to Amazon and picking up one or all of her recent publications: Memoirs of a Dilettante Volume One, available in both ebook […]
Usually I reblog important posts, but WP is failing me at the moment so let’s settle for Press This. Meaning, press this: Honourary Dilettante Contest. My favorite dilettante, Helena Hann-Basquiast, is holding a contest to promote her book, Memoirs of a Dilettante. Volume One. The prizes include kisses from Helena […]
In honor of Charles Yallowitz’s birthday, I’m making this post sticky so it will be the first post anyone sees when they come to my blog. And if you really want to celebrate with Charles and his friends, do more than read this post. Buy the books! I’ve read the […]
I’ve had to think long and hard about how to write a review of Andra Watkins’ “historical fantasy” novel, To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis. I put historical fantasy in quotes simply because, to me, it is such an odd juxtaposition. History is supposed to be truth, […]
Just sharing a friend’s pick-me-up that was also a pick-me-up for me 🙂 The scarf in the photo was one that I had sent to Belinda a couple of weeks ago and yesterday I was on pins and needles (pun intended) as to whether it had arrived (taking a slow […]
Originally posted on …and then there was Sarah:
“The threads of fate weave slowly, until at last, an unbreakable knot.” Beyond Eventide: Bound The House of Crimson & Clover Book 2.5- Coming in April Anne bit back her frustration. It was irrational for her to begrudge him the desires of…
I consider myself quite adept at procrastination. I even belong to a procrastinating writer’s club (my rationalization knows no bounds). But when I heard that THE Helena Hann-Basquiat, my favorite dilettante, was publishing Volume 1 of her Memoirs of a Dilettante and that if I supported her Kickstarter project, I […]
Originally posted on The Paperbook Blog:
It’s Friday afternoon, and I am elbow deep in Issue Eight of The Paperbook Collective. I should probably be nose deep in a glass of wine, but there is none in the house. That I can find anyway… So I’m feeling a bit crazy,…