Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Archive for November, 2010

The November Broadpod Podcast is up!

The November Broad Pod is available!  This 10th episode, hosted by Trisha Wooldridge of A Novel Friend Writing & Publishing, delivers a sanctuary of Dragons & other Magical Beasts.  Readers Kelly A. Harmon, Sarah Micklem, Diane Whiteside, Danielle Ackley McPhail, and Justine Graykin bring you on a safari spanning mystical lands to back yard surprises. […]

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The Weign in and Random Acts of Christmas

Stepped on the scale yesterday and was happy to find that the weight was somewhat less than the last time I stepped on the scale. This gave me the motivation to run again today. ### My husband is helping a friend of his with a Christmas project. It’s a worthy cause, so I thought thought […]

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Friday Stats

Stories out: 5 Words written: Eh?  I have a chapter and a half longhand.

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Glad that’s over. Now I have to do it again tomorrow.

I went for a run for the first time in several years today.  It was not a pleasant experience. (Insert sarcasm) And there is nothing like huffing and puffing to make you feel attractive. But now that I am done, I am glad that I did it.  I just hope I remember that in the morning […]

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Weight loss – So Now I know

My husband and I both recently took a genetic test to help improve weight loss.  I’ve always been pretty healthy.  The two of us did Body For Life hardcore for about two years just before we got married. We’ve also tried a master cleanse for health.  But lately I’ve found that the weight is a […]

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Author Spotlight: Lucienne Diver. Agent by Day, Author by Night (Part 1)

Lucienne Diver isn’t Batgirl, but she does have a secret identity. By day she is an agent with the Knight Agency. By night she is an author. Lucienne’s novels include the young adult series Vamped about social climbing teen and newly-made vampire Gina Covello as well as short stories and a romantic comedy novel under […]

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Author Spotlight: Lucienne Diver. Agent by Day, Author by Night (Part 2)

This is the second part of an interview with Lucienne Diver, author of the Vamped series. To read the first part of the interview, go here. In Revamped, fanged fashionista Gina Covello learns to tangle with the FBI. What do you do to spark your creativity? Do you write to music? Fish with a pen […]

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Monday Musing: Getting Back On the Horse

I am posting this Sunday night, because I don’t expect to have the time on monday. For the past two or three weeks since finishing my novel, I have not been very active with writing. I have taken a break to recharge my batteries.  There is nothing wrong with taking a break. But waiting too […]

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Friday Stats

One new story out, one new rewrite and about 200 words on a story that I am co-writing. Posted via LJ for WebOS.

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Surprise Unplanned Visit to Tranquility

I based the town of Tranquility, Arkansas on my own hometown. This morning I got to make a trip back there to pick up a tank loaner truck from my dad. The tank truck in question is a half-ton Dodge Ram (aptly named) that hubby and I will keep around the home/office in case I need […]

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