Each Day is Writer’s Day

- by Geri Krotow

May and June are busy with cakes and gifts at my house. Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, our wedding anniversary, my birthday and my husband’s birthday all fall within a 7 week window.  This year add to the mix  my navy husband’s retirement from the U.S. Navy after 27 years and my book launch. It’s chaotic and […]

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Friends or the Page?

- by Geri Krotow

“You never make time for your friends!” This from an acquaintance I’ve made since moving to Russia, a fellow expat. A sister-in-arms as far as our life overseas goes, but, you guessed it, she’s not a writer. And not being a writer, she can’t fathom how I can say I have so much to do […]

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How to Write a Page Turner

- by Geri Krotow

How’s that for a hook? This isn’t a technical how-to blog post, so I apologize if you’re looking for the mechanics of a page-turning novel. It’s just that I’ve had a revelation over the past weekend. I spent the past seventy-two hours in St Petersburg, Russia. Sounds glamorous and it is, to some extent, but […]

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