What Gets Us Through

- by Dianne Drake

I’d blogged here before. Blogging’s not one of my favorite things to do because I really don’t have much to say, but I support NINC and try to help out in small ways. So, I blog. Or shall I say blogged, in the past tense. Then one day my life changed. I was diagnosed with […]

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Texting Dead Possums

- by Dianne Drake

Years ago, when I began writing for Harlequin, I started out in the romantic comedy lines, particularly the imprint that required its couple to get together through some strange form of communication. The guidelines for that were changed pretty quickly, and the line went belly-up pretty quickly, as well. I don’t think the editors could […]

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Us Versus Them

- by Dianne Drake

A couple weeks ago, a friend called and told me he’d just downloaded a “must read” book for 99 cents, and that I had to get it and read it immediately. He promised me I’d be amazed by what my penny-shy-of-a-dollar would buy me. So I bought it, and he was right. I was amazed. […]

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Social Media – friend or foe?

- by Dianne Drake

So, my second or third 2012 New Year’s resolution was to get on board with all this social media stuff. Well, maybe not a resolution so much as a prompting, nudging, urging, kicking or whatever you want to call it from my publisher. In the unlikely event that I was actually going to give in […]

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