Tag Archive: books

Mini-Vacation

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I’m taking a mini-vacation from work.  We have tomorrow off anyway and the one piece of information I need to do the last report won’t be in my office until Monday. What, you… Continue reading

Senseless Sarcasm : Reading materials for life.

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My eyes are crossed, I’m dizzy, and I can’t stop editing! The bed awaits…but I want to do one last sentence, one last paragraph… Finally, I’ve finished another book.  Inside my brain I’m… Continue reading

Still knee deep in extreme editing.

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I’m on book #6.  I do so love extreme editing! I’ve already edited books #7, 8, 9, and 10.  My eyes are screaming, “No more, please!!! We need a vacation!” It’s so easy… Continue reading

NaNoWri(some)Mo : Year 5

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Yes, I wrote another book for NaNoWriMo. I’m hoping my cover will look something like this… …with the photoshop of a space ship somewhere on the cover. I know nothing about photoshop, so… Continue reading

Shameless self-promotion

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I call it what it is. If you go to Amazon.com, and type in “books by Joelle LeGendre” you can easily find all 3.  If I try to put the link on this… Continue reading

Open Book Blog hop – Write what you know

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The topic of this weeks Open Book Blog hop is:   Write what you know. I write what I know — when it comes to characters.  I have absolutely no idea how a space… Continue reading

Drowning in a sea of words. Need…advice…

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I’m trying to draft a letter to an agent, but there is SO much I want to say. Do I start by admitting that I’m a serial writer and if writing were a… Continue reading

Extreme editing

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I have 2 editors. The person who creates my book covers and does the uploading (as well as final edits) lives in South Africa.  I hope that she is able to recover from… Continue reading

A taste of books to come.

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I’m getting over laryngitis. It seems like I’ve been mute forever, but it’s only been 2 weeks. Fortunately, I have a face and a voice for writing. While writing a blog entry for… Continue reading

Not-Quite-Right Country Living

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While I sit here looking out the window as I devour my cheese grits (non-greasy variety), a southern USA delicacy, I contemplate the bamboo vine (smilax).  It’s growing through a space between the… Continue reading