Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Archive for February, 2012

Time Management

Given the new demands on my time, I’ve been very interested in time management. So when today’s guest blogger offered to write a blog for me, I wanted to hear about how she manages to get everything done. I hope you enjoy this post – T. — Hi! My name is Jennifer Allis Provost, and […]

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No Post Today

I am in the middle of a move, so no post today. Please check back tomorrow, when I will have a post by guest blogger Jennifer Allis Provost.

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Kicking Things Off With Kickstarter

My guest post today comes from author MeiLin Miranda, author of the serialized series An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom. To raise money for the print version of the second novel, Son In Sorrow, MeiLin launched a kickstarter project. Her project succeed beyond all expectations by raising 350% of her funding goal. I asked MeiLin to tell […]

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Too Many Distractions? Time to Clear the Mechanism!

As I write this, there is a home inspector crawling all over my house. I hear his footsteps in the attic. Just when I’ve gotten used to that, I hear him slither around, like an army of tiny little mice, down in my crawlspace. He’s testing the smoke detector and blasting the heat for 30 […]

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The Many Forms of Love

Over the next three months, I’m going to have a series of guest posts every Tuesday instead of my usual author interviews.  My husband and I are moving at the end of February, and I’ll be giving birth to my first child at the end of March.  So basically, I’ve decided to slack off. Today’s special […]

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Opposites Attract in Fiction Too. Sometimes.

In many creation myths, the gods made both genders of human from one item, such as a tree, a stalk of bamboo, or an egg. In most of these myths, men and women are soul mates – two halves of the same personality. In other words most cultures noticed that opposites attract. The ancient Greeks […]

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A Plague on her House: Butterflye Plague-Pestilence

If you haven’t heard it yet, this month the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow is about the newest book in the Four Redheads of the Apocalypse series, Four Redheads of the Apocalypse: Redheads in Love.  You can hear that here. Today I’ve got the last of a four-part “Virtual Press Conference” with the remaining member of the four woman […]

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Writers Write . . . But They Also Sell

Think back to when you were a teen ager.  Was there ever something that you really wanted?  Really, really wanted? How many times did you ask your parents for it?  Once? Twice?  Until they finally gave in? As kids, we were all probably pretty good salesmen. We were really good at convincing our parents that […]

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YDP Audio Roadshow Vol 1 Episode 9: Redheads In love!

Yard Dog Press has a couple of new titles out this month, including Zombies at the Alamo by Jean Stuntz, and Bad City, by Selina Rosen and Laura J. Underwood. February is the month for Love, and the newest title, The Four Redheads of the Apocolypse: Redheads in Love fits the spirit of the month […]

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