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From C.L. Shore’s Blog:

Saving Linda
Posted December 23rd, 2012

I wrote this story for a contest. The objective was to write a “short short” with a focus on humor. It didn’t win anything, but every time I read the story, I smile or laugh. Of course, I remember the entire incident. I don’t know if others would find it humorous, or not. However, I Read the Rest…

Where have all of the Christmas stories gone?
Posted December 9th, 2012

I never saw It’s a Wonderful Life as a child or adolescent, but in the early years of my marriage, I watched it for the first time. I was immediately charmed by George Bailey and his family. Who wouldn’t like the passionate, impetuous George, his lifetime partner, Mary, and their devotion to the welfare of Read the Rest…

Affirmed!
Posted October 21st, 2012

I had the pleasure of hearing Hank Phillippi Ryan speak about writing yesterday. She’s an engaging, animated speaker as well as an excellent thriller writer. She discussed writing in general, as well as her experience of writing The Other Woman in particular. I left affirmed and encouraged by some of her comments. First, she doesn’t Read the Rest…

It’s Back to School
Posted September 12th, 2012

I’m guest blogging on back-to-school and the influence of formal education on writing at www.thebookboost.com.today. Check it out! There will also be a contest and a chance to win a free copy of Seeker of Truth. http://thebookboost.blogspot.com/2012/09/school-rules-with-guest-blogger-cl-shore.html

Counting Cumulus
Posted July 25th, 2012

Who would’ve thought it – the weather radar is now my most frequently watched TV station. I scan it multiple times a day, looking for patches of green, or better yet, yellow or red. Mornings and evenings – I scan the sky for fluffy cumulus clouds, or even cumulonimbus, the towering thunderheads. Is there any Read the Rest…

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