Month: March 2012

Spring Break!

It's Spring Break this week! So I will be taking a break from blogging until Apr. 2nd.This week I plan on sending my latest WIP to betas, reading all the new books I ordered, and hanging out with my family. I'm so excited! There are no words.I do hope you'll stop by...

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Link Love

I have a couple of links that I thought were so good, I had to share them with you.1. First off is a series that Ellen Oh is featuring on her blog called 'What Diversity Means to Me'. She will feature authors who write about diverse main characters. This series will...

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How I Use My Journal to Write

Every book I write has it's own gorgeous, hardcover journal. I spare no expense for my journals because they become the bible of the world I'm creating for my novel. One of my journals I bought in a castle in France. Another I bought in an old shop in Insodang, Seoul....

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Winners for Spring Forward in Time!

What a great contest guys. I had soooo much fun reading all the places and times you wanted to travel too. Fascinating!And FYI, I'm planning a contest of all contests coming in a few weeks. I can't wait! It's going to be EPIC!!!!!I want to tell you about it right now,...

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Spring Forward in Time Contest

Today in the United States we changed our clocks at 2:00 a.m. to spring forward from 1:59 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. This is called Daylight Saving Time. But not all countries in the world follow this tradition. If you click here you can find out who observes Daylight Saving...

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Pinterest for Writers

About a year ago my sister introduced me to Pinterest. We were planning her bridal shower and exchanged ideas through it. I had a lot of fun searching through the pictures and comparing notes with her.Then she had this idea: "Wouldn't Pinterest be a fun thing for your...

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Exotic Destinations- Kyongju, Korea

Kyongju (sometimes spelled as Gyeongju) is one of the hidden gems of Asia and some of the oldest ruins are found there. It's located on the coast of the southern tip of Korea and dates back to the Silla Dynasty. Many poeple call it the "museum without walls" since...

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