Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Archive for September, 2010

Fencon! I haz my schedule!

If you are coming to Fencon, I will be running the Yard Dog Press table along with my victim volunteer Best Friend Rosemary Johnson.  Please stop by the table so we can say hi and talk you into buying books.  If you don’t we’ll have to pack them back home and then face my editor, […]

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There and back again!

Apparently my automatic payment on LJ didn’t go through, so the automatic updates from twitter and Facebook also haven’t been going through. For those of you who wondered where I went, I’ve been on vacation this past week in Myrtle Beach.  I got back yesterday, and have slowly been digging out from beneath the pile […]

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Author Spotlight: Louise Marley

 Today’s author spotlight is on Louise Marley. Louise has written novels in the science fiction genre (The Terrorists of Irustan, The Child Goddess), fantasy (The Singers of Nevya), and historical (The Glass Harmonica). Her most recent novel, Mozart’s Blood, was released from Kensington books on July 1st. Mozart’s blood revolves around Opera Singer Teresa Saporiti. […]

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Monday Musing: Know what you Write

I am headed out in a few days for a 7 day trip to Myrtle Beach. During this trip, I plan to continue with my regular updates as well as logging my trip. As a writer, I like to use trips like this to explore places that I’ve never been. I like to know the […]

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