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A break from your regularly scheduled programming

How do you say goodbye to your friends? This has been a question that has been eating at me since I started the third and final book of the Flightless series. I tried attacking the book the same way I

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it all started with a plan

Flightless was intended to be a trilogy from the moment I poofed Pen into existence. My plan was to release the entire trilogy within a year. My books are short, and there’s nothing more frustrating to a reader than having

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Guest Blogging with Brenda Whiteside

I am on Brenda Whiteside’s blog today talking about how loud music affects my writing. You might be surprised Brenda Whiteside’s blog link

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Flightless is Free Today for Kindle

My baby is a month old! I can’t remember what one month olds can do, it’s amazing how quick you forget that stuff. I’m pretty sure they can’t do much, but I’m making an exception since Flightless is a paranormal

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Mail me stuff!

I’ve been getting alot of requests for my autograph, which – let me just tell you – is huge for my inflating ego! I would be tickled pink to personally sign anything you send me. Just please send along some

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This week’s topic at the Weekend Writers Group is Creating Characters From the Inside Out. Check out this great article by Vonnie Davis.

http://weekend-writers.blogspot.com/2013/04/creating-characters-from-inside-out.html?m=1

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Scheduling laundry before the underwear runs out: How I stay organized

A few weeks ago I was at the Weekend Writers blog: Between kids, work, chores and errands, many of us find it difficult to fit everything in. For those of us who also write, there truly aren’t enough hours in

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Music: A Conduit to Creativity

by Elaine Calloway We writers are unique creatures. We have our rituals, our beverage addiction of choice (based on the empty vending machines at writing conferences, I’m betting Diet Coke is right up there with coffee!), plus our way of

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In other news: i’m unemployed

It has been killing me not to tell ya’ll the latest news. Still Moments Publishing was acquired by Wild Rose Press, leaving me free to pursue a career in freelance cover designing. It wasn’t something I planned on doing, being

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Til next year, NaNoWriMo

Welcome Blog Hoppers! If you don’t know what I’m talking about, here’s the skinny. (Check it out, lots of giveaways!) NaNoWriMo National Novel Writing Month has come to an end. I wrote 34000 (roughly) words for Silver Wings. Not too shabby!

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Mail Me Stuff

I love mail. I would be tickled pink to personally sign anything you send me. Just please send along some postage so I can send it back to you. Here's my address:

Keri Neal
PO Box 453
Cedar Park, TX 78630

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