Monthly Archives: July 2022

Things I’m Looking Forward To

The Mendocino Coast Writers Conference starts next week. For the first time since 2019 it will be held in person. The conference is being diligent. They required the participants to provide our vaccination status, and face coverings will be used … Continue reading

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Small Plates

I usually don’t give space to negative reviews, but Deborah Ross’s review of the ill-conceived Netflix adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion is not only hilarious, it’s perceptive. Ross knows Austen and she knows exactly what’s wrong with this version (It’s … Continue reading

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I’ll Be at The Gallery Bookshop August 25, 2022

Mendocino Village’s Gallery Bookshop hosts a monthly Authors Showcase, and I’ll be part of their August event! It starts at 6:00pm on Thursday, August 25. Sharon Strong, who wrote Burning Woman; Memoirs of an Elder, and Sherry Glaser, author of … Continue reading

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Writing Conferences; Some Nostalgia

This morning I was reading about several immersive writers conferences that start soon. to my surprise, I felt… yearning. I’m going to an immersive workshop in August. It might simply be that this will be the first in-person workshop since … Continue reading

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