Monthly Archives: November 2007

TO AGENT OR NOT TO AGENT?

Once upon a time, I had a wonderful agent. She was not a hand-holder precisely- supposedly all agents fall into 2 categories: fuzzy hand-holders and hard-as-nails wheeler dealers- but she was incisive, ambitious and infectiously enthusiastic and she worked at … Continue reading

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FELTUS OVALTON & SARAH JESSICA PARKER

…are not an item according to a source close to both; however they are very good friends. I am going to make a shameful admission. Rather than plunge headlong into the mystical and chaotic world that will become “Feltus Ovalton … Continue reading

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Reading and Discussion at Barnes & Noble 11/26/07

I’ll be reading from my book, “The Curious Misadventures of Feltus Ovalton” and perhaps a few pages from the new manuscript, and then answering questions and discussing the writing process on Monday November 26th at Barnes and Noble in Kingston, … Continue reading

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THE MIND’S EYE

I was going to call this blog, Imagination, but the Minds Eye sounded more, well, imaginative. I worry a lot about running out of ideas for books. I look at authors like Lloyd Alexander and Susan Cooper and Eva Ibbotson … Continue reading

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BIG FISH, LITTLE FISH

A good friend of mine is a successful writer. By this I mean that if she was single and didnt have to pay for health insurance, she could survive on the money she makes from her books. As it is … Continue reading

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