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Mary. I'm a writer. Welcome to my world of reverse laziness,
where no matter how little work there is
to do on my novel/short story/birthday card message, I've got
distractions to spare.
Stories That Got
(and into a book)
"The Thrill of the Chase"
Going Out With A Bang:
A Crime and Mystery Collection
by the Ladies' Killing Circle
Blood on the Holly:
An Anthology of Christmas Mysteries
edited by Caro Soles
(a Crime Writers of Canada Collection)
Fit to Die
by The Ladies' Killing Circle
"Knitting for Love"
KnitLit: Sweaters and Their Stories
edited by Linda Roghaar and Molly Wolf
Three Rivers Press
The Burning Questions
What should I wear tomorrow?
If I spend three hours baking bread instead of walking twenty minutes to the store and back and then writing for two and a half hours, am I still being productive? (answer: of course!)
If I went for another job, which ones are more exciting than sitting in a chair typing?
Who can possibly save my brain, right now? and maybe give me something to listen to while I cook. Anybody?
Speaking of which - what should I cook?
Should I buy this non-book item? What do other customers say about it?
Is there someplace I can hear the whole song before I download it?
Ooooh, and while I'm here, can I see Christopher Walken tapdancing again?
I wonder whether IKEA has anything new to get this place organized once and for all?