From C.L. Shore’s Blog:
Possibilities and Storytelling
Posted September 22nd, 2015
I remember reading a magazine article describing how the author anticipated the arrival of the seed catalog every spring. He loved poring through the possibilities of what to plant. I think I know the feeling; I have a similar reaction to paging through recipes. So many possibilities, all of them looking delicious, and most of Read the Rest…
Pondering the effects of time
Posted September 5th, 2015
I’m revisiting The Rule of Four, a book I enjoyed over a decade ago. It contains content on secret codes, a topic that appealed to me in the past, and still does. I’m fascinated by the fact that there are two authors, best friends who wrote the book at a very young age. Now, from Read the Rest…
Posted July 14th, 2015
New anthology soon to be released.
Meet Charlotte and Veronica, protagonists of Titania’s Suitor
Posted April 13th, 2015
Charlotte Stone and Veronica Hansen, the protagonists of Titania’s Suitor, are fictitious but they are based on composites of real people. They are friends, and both are nurses. Here’s a thumbnail sketch of both of them. Charlotte Stone is facing her 40th birthday. Her husband, Pete, has moved out to give himself some “space” to Read the Rest…
Devastating effects of cyberstalking
Posted March 13th, 2015
Cyberstalking can be more devastating than “traditional” stalking. . .