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Tag Archives: Diana Gabaldon
Deserted Island Books – Part 2
by Fae Rowen Long, long ago Laura Drake wrote about the ten (or so) books she would want for “entertainment purposes” on a deserted island. You can read it here. I loved the idea of trying to narrow my selection to only … Continue reading
Posted in Books We Love Tagged A Rough Guide to the World, Amanda Quick, books on a deserted island, C.J. Cherryh, Chapterhouse Dune, Dan Brown, Diana Gabaldon, Digital Fortress, Dorsai!, Downbelow Station, Fae Rowen, Foundation, Frank Herbert, Gordon Dickson, Isaac Asimov, Jayne Ann Krentz, Johanna Lindsey, keeper books, Laura Drake, Make the Most of Your Time on Earth, Mistress, Outlander, Regency romance, River God, Robert Heinlein, romance, science fiction, Stranger in a Strange Land, techno thriller, travel, Warrior's Woman, Wilbur Smith, Writers in the Storm 31 Comments
Confessions of an A.D.D. Writer
It took me years to discover that I am an A.D.D. writer. For more than a decade I’ve gone from manuscript to manuscript, even jumping from one to another then back again. I wasn’t having a writing problem, I was having a finishing problem. Continue reading
Posted in Craft, Inspiration Tagged Diana Gabaldon, Janet Fitch, Jenny Hansen, Outlander, scene writing, Sharla Rae, White Oleander 3 Comments