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Thanksgiving 2013

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I believe most people will not have time to read blogs this week, whether they be cooking up a storm in anticipation of a lovely feast or picking up their relatives from airports, bus terminals, and train stations, so I'm going to keep it short and sweet.
Thank you for sharing your time with me throughout the year. Happy Thanksgiving, my friends.
Karen



#NaNoWriMo, Crutches, and Me

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I can't believe November's almost over. 
I had decided to do my own version of NaNoWriMo this month, and was blissfully working on my super-secret WIP, when a Baker's cyst ruptured behind my knee. I never knew what a Baker's cyst was, muchless knew I had one. Unfortunately, I have been on crutches for almost two weeks now. 
The upside of all this is that the only thing I can really do while sitting with my leg elevated is read and write. No chores. No cooking. No errands. No anything, really. I have pretty much been a shut-in, except for one doctor visit and my son's orchestra concert, for which I was going to drag my sorry ass out no matter what. He had a solo, and I was determined to see it. (He killed it, by the way. His father and I are very proud.)
Although I won't make my initial deadline of a solid first draft before Thanksgiving, I do have 20,000 more words than I did before the rupture, so I'm happy with that. I have also been writing every day, as…

Do You Have a Kindle or Use the App?

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The first book in my Bibliophiles series, A Whisper to a Scream, is on sale from now until November 11 at Amazon. It is available on Kindle for only $1.99.


A Whisper to a Scream has been hailed for its “fluid prose and realistic dialogue” and has been called “a vivid portrayal of contemporary marriage.” Praised by Publishers Weekly for its “fearless truthfulness,” the novel centers around Sarah, a stay-at-home mother of two, and Annie, a PR executive dealing with fertility issues. When they meet through a classics book club, each thinks the other ones life is so much better than her own. But ultimately, they learn otherwise.