Rocky Mountain Fiction Writer member Wendy Homar’s article about her first rejection letter was published in the November 2010 Rocky Mountain Writer. We’ve reprinted it today at Chiseled in Rock blog for your reading pleasure. I hope you’ll stop by and leave a comment.
Archives for July 2012
I announced a book giveaway on Saturday, so today’s post is the kind of stuff I usually put up for the weekend. Talking About Colorado Our state has had a very rough summer. We’ve had fires, heat, rain washing down the burn areas and turning our river black, and now the Aurora theater shooting. We …Read More
The winner of a copy of Red Tide by Peg Brantley was selected using random.org And the winner is: Margot Kinberg Margot blogs about mysteries at Confessions of a Mystery Novelist. She can also be found on Twitter and Facebook.
My guest today is Colorado native, Peg Brantley, a member of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and Sisters in Crime. She and her husband make their home southeast of Denver, sharing it with the occasional pair of mallard ducks and their babies, snapping turtles, peacocks, assorted other birds, foxes and a deer named Cedric. Red Tide …Read More
It might seem like that from time to time, but don’t get to accustomed to more posts rather than less. Except for my pre-scheduled guests and Chiseled in Rock Tuesday, which will continue, I’m going to go with the flow, at least for the summer. What I’m Reading I just started Love and Darker Passions …Read More
I have another great trio of authors answering our three questions this month. Mystery and YA authors Rebecca Cantrell and Sophie Littlefield and thriller author Andrew Gross were kind enough to participate in our Three Authors, Three Questions series. I hope you’ll click on over to Chiseled in Rock blog and see what they had …Read More
I also watch Survivor, American Idol, The Amazing Race, The X Factor, So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With the Stars, and The Biggest Loser. The fact that some of these shows are semi-scripted and heavily edited doesn’t bother me a bit. The only thing that does bother me is that I never had …Read More
Here’s what I have on my agenda: 1. Garden stuff: Remove the marigolds from my raised garden bed and replace them with seeds for something edible, probably short season green beans; yank out the stupid spindly tomato plant that has produced nothing and replace it with a big healthy tomato plant…providing the plant doesn’t cost …Read More
Judy Dailey grew up on an eighty-acre organic farm in Indiana. Now she lives on a twelve-hundred square-foot urban farm in Seattle with her husband, a dog and four chickens. A graduate of Bryn Mawr College, she has an MBA from the University of Washington. Judy has been a pilot, skydiver, spelunker, bicyclist, hiker, skier, …Read More
1,000 I just realized this will be my 909th post, which means I’m only 91 away from the big 1,000. I should hit the magic number before winter, if I don’t get too lazy. What should we do to celebrate when I get there? A book giveaway? Gift card? Any suggestions? Guest Authors I’m looking …Read More