Monthly Archives: November 2013

Computers are good for all ages

My mother sent me this picture. According to her, there is a new research out there that says computers are good for the older generation. The internet keeps their brains from deteriorating, and their loneliness is alleviated by their online … Continue reading

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Almost Adept on the way to realease #2

I got the cover art by Trisha FitzGerald. Isn’t it pretty? I like how she stands out with her red cape on the background of all this green and blue, and the magic swirls around her. The sword is questionable … Continue reading

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My novel precipitated the real thing!

In my novel Lost and Found in Russia, published in February 2013, two babies were accidentally switched at birth in Russia. Then, 34 years later, one of the mothers discovered the switch and began searching for her biological daughter. Imagine … Continue reading

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Almost Adept on the way to release #1

A few days ago, I got a galley proof of my novel Almost Adept from my publisher, Burst Books. All the editing has been done already, so I couldn’t do any rewrites, just check for errors and fill an errata … Continue reading

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