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The Reluctant Traveler Looks at Inventors

First, a word about semantics. And modifiers. My initial title for this blog modified ‘Inventors’ with ‘Female’. Then as I thought more about the necessity of having to add ‘female’ as a modifier to certain nouns generally biased toward males, … Continue reading

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Books and Cookies
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“The digital audience doesn’t want different things; they want good story well told. There is no genre dominance, only well-crafted, well-told story dominance.” To compare books to a popular consumer product, Golden Oreos are profitable not because they are golden … Continue reading

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What Kind of Cookie Do You Write: A Cookie for When You Need Power

These Peanut-Caramel bars are the weapon of resort when you seriously need persuasion but it has not quite risen to the level of firearms. They will, I assure you, make strong men kneel and grouchy teens smile. They freeze like … Continue reading

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It May Be the Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie…and It’s Gluten-Free (Let the Gluten Go #10)

How food, diet, and dieting affected my writing and my life.  And maybe effects yours… How are you holding up?  Have you found stir-frys packed by your local grocery to make up quickly?  They’re great with some whole grain rice … Continue reading

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Cookiepalooza!

I’m late, again.  But I have a really good excuse.  Because today was Cookiepalooza! Fellow BVC author Steven Piziks and I and our intrepid programmer Erica got together to bake Christmas cookies.  I’d acquired a set of fancy cutters that … Continue reading

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