Monthly Archives: July 2014

Barbara Ehrentreu

Today, I am talking with fellow Museitup author, Barbara Ehrentreu, whose first Young Adult book is “If I could be like Jennifer Taylor.” Me: Can you tell us a little about yourself?  Barbara: Right now I am a retired teacher who is … Continue reading

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The sanity protector

At the beginning of this week, my nine year old grandson fell off his bike. He had a lovely bruise on his side and tear streaked cheeks. A common occurrence when there are children about. However, it led to a … Continue reading

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An interview with Kat Hawthorne

At Museitup Publishing, I’ve been privileged to meet some wonderful and interesting people. One of these, Kat Hawthorne, has agreed to come to my blog today to answer my questions and tell me a little about her book, “The Oddity”, … Continue reading

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R & R (Reading and Relaxing)

After a hard day slaving over a hot laptop, I love to wind down by reading. I suppose, to some people, hearing a writer say they relax by reading is akin to a bus driver looking forward to a coaching … Continue reading

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