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  1. The Five Crenshaws of Oconee County

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    July 18, 2014 by kristin

    When I was 10 or 11, one of my favorite books was The Last Silk Dress by Ann Rinaldi. It …
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  2. Review: I SHALL BE NEAR TO YOU

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    March 22, 2014 by kristin

    My own novel is a story about two young people trying to find a way to be together in the …
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  3. Mood Music

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    March 13, 2013 by kristin

    Some writers absolutely must listen to music when they write. Others absolutely must NOT.

    I recently read an interview with historical YA novelist Ruta Sepetys in which she was asked if she listens to music when she writes. Her answer: “Never. I know a lot of writers do, but it would distract me. Music isn’t background ambiance to me. I sit and listen intently to every note and aspect.”

    Ever since, I’ve been trying to figure out why I, though not a particular music aficionado, or a music talent agent by day like Ms. Sepetys, fall into the “never ever ever listen to music while writing” camp.


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Historical fiction writer and reader. Procrastinator. Sewist. Ally. Fan of red lipstick, rock 'n' roll, and everything vintage.

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The Boy in the Red Dress

When her drag queen best friend is accused of murdering a socialite, a Jazz Age Veronica Mars searches for the real killer in the seedy underbelly and glittering upper crust of 1931 New Orleans.

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