Tag Archive: inspiration

Jul 30

Thefts

Morgan’s Mill is finally out as an e-book.  A lot of research went into this one and almost as many revisions as the years it rode the bench.   The seed of the original idea came from some family history — maternal ancestors who once owned a small gristmill across the road from their farm in Eastern …

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Jul 06

Muselair?

It’s one of those names fantasy writers like to use (often too much; I’m guilty of that) instead of a contemporary word—like study, office or library—that might break the spell, setting a reunion of old questing elves in Poughkeepsie, for instance, to mangle Ursula LeGuin’s well-known aphorism. It’s a place where you go to reflect …

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