Bruce Byfield visiting at Guest Blog - page 7

Wonderful to have Bruce Byfield commenting on my webpage. His opinions give us a rare combination of thoughtful and lively. Byfield is a well known blogger and writer in the world of software and open access information.His own blog appears at:  https://brucebyfield.wordpress.com

While his blogs are often controversial, I find I agree with most of what he says. He’d be delighted if someone wrote him and disagreed.

 

 

 

 

Book Release Feb 15th

Book Release Feb 15th

Writing for Children and Teens with Self-Counsel Press will be released Feb. 15, 2016. I’ll post the cover when I get it. I’ve update writing information and added the contemporary ideas that are bombarding me everyday from the Internet to this new edition. The writing and publishing world…

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From the nest

From the nest

It does seems as though I have been sitting in a nest at the top of a tree, isolated from the world, but I’ve been writing–responding to editors for the most part. I have two nonfiction books coming out this spring Writing for Children and Young Adults (3d…

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This week’s writing

This week’s writing

  This is the view I had from my bedroom window this morning. It was too nice a day to stay inside in spite of the cold.  The writing is going well. The third in the Dr. MacNab Mystery Series is moving along. No one…

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And so to work

And so to work

I am trying to work on four books one after another. So far I’ve managed to give focused attention to each, but it requires a stringent timetable. I do allow time for recreation. This weekend I joined my usual crew in what seems to be…

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Crimewriters of Canada at Word

Crimewriters of Canada at Word

Derek Carew (The Killer Trail) and I at the booth in Vancouver’s Word celebration  Sept 27th. Many interested people stopped to talk about their own writing and crime writing in general. We had a great time.  

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