Archive for April, 2009

Small World

It is truly a small world. I was on the train going to the day job the other day and I spotted a familiar face in the crowd. I kept glancing at them trying to remember where I recognized them from. It took me a few stops before I placed where I had seen their...

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Meet My Friend Do-Lord

By Mary Margret Daughtridge “You talk about Caleb as if he’s a friend of yours,” Judi Fennell, another Casablanca author remarked the other day. She was talking about Caleb “Do-Lord” Dulaude, the hero of SEALed With A Promise, released this month. I’d never thought about his existence in quite that light, but in a way,...

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Rochelle Weber and Rock Bound by Rochelle Weber

  Hi.  I’m Rochelle Weber, and I grew up on the Northwest Side of Chicago.  My dad was a truck driver and my mom was a factory worker.  I’m a Navy veteran and I have a BA in Communications from Columbia College in Chicago with an emphasis on creative writing.  My non-fiction article, “Bulimia,” was...

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Angie Fox learns a lesson: be careful what you write

I have to admit, one of my favorite things about being an author is having an excuse to do kinds of crazy research. In the name of fact-finding, I’ve ridden with Harley biker gangs, explored the tunnels underneath Hoover Dam and found an interesting recipe for Mamma Coalpot’s Southern Skunk Surprise (I’m still working up...

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