Monthly Archives: September 2013

Should Adult Characters Age?

Welcome fall weather!  Already dreaming of curling up with a blanket in front of the fireplace.  You know what that means: devouring the latest installments of all my favorite series. First big fall release: W is for Wasted by Sue Grafton.  I’m … Continue reading

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Graduation in September

This week marks the end of an era.  On Tuesday, the Gallagher Girls graduated from spy-girl high school.  It was a momentous occasion, equally exhilarating and tear-jerking.  The perfect ending to a spectacular adventure.  For the past six years I’ve … Continue reading

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Most Important Day of the Year

This morning my daughter announced it was the most important day of the year: Fall Picture Day.  Why?  Because this picture will hang on the wall for the rest of her life, or so she thinks.   Weeks have been spent … Continue reading

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Best-Selling Trends

This week I direct you to an awesome post by Nathan Bransford listing the best-selling novels each year since 1900. Check it out here. The list supports his theory: there never was a golden era of literature where the average reader … Continue reading

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