Category Archives: Writing Wonkomance

Thinking about wonkomance from an author’s perspective.

Women and Music ~ Part Two

The first part of this series about women and music is here, and started in 1990. The summer of 1994, I went into a music store, a shop that sold instruments and made and repaired them, and tried to buy … Continue reading

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Bone Some Shit Up!

This past weekend, I was at the New England Chapter of the RWA’s annual conference, in Burlington, Mass. NEC is my home chapter, and I was equally honored and horrified when I was invited to be the conference’s Saturday luncheon … Continue reading

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The Love Graph

I love arranging. Organizing. Boxes, drawers, cabinets. Charts, lists, spreadsheets. Order out of chaos. In my mind, Heaven looks like a fantastically enormous, perfectly-organized closet. Arranging is my thing. It’s not just fun. It’s essential. When I’m stressed, I clean … Continue reading

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