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Musings of a Novel Novelist

5 Questions… with Autumn Lindsey: From Missy Mack

5 Questions…with Autumn Lindsey NOVEMBER 12, 2018/AUTHORMISSYMACK   This month’s 5 Questions is with Autumn Lindsey, the founder of Writer Moms Inc., an excellent resource for any mom who is also a writer, no matter what genre you write or what stage you are at in your writing. There is a website, Facebook...

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From Logos & Mythos: Chat with a Writer Mom

Chat with a Writer Mom Joy E. Rancatore October 19, 2017   Today rounds out my series on writing community. And, I’m joined by a fellow writer mom, Autumn Lindsey! She is part of my writing community and started an even larger part of that community, Writer Moms Inc.! This group...

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Every Women’s Hour with Kat Everitt

Every Woman's Hour Kat Everitt May 24, 2017 KQBM 103.7 LP-FM & 90.7 FM | West Point, CA This show is about women who make a "difference in the Mother Load". We are 'on the air' Wed. from 12-1pm PST.  Sat. 11 to 12 PM.   Autumn Lindsey and Linda French   [archiveorg EverywomansHour052417AutumnLindseyLindaFrench width=640...

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It’s Been a While…

This month I am celebrating two years since beginning my journey as a writer (even as I write this it’s making me tear up a bit). I can hardly believe it’s been two years since the idea for Remaining Aileen was birthed, her first words...

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Whirlwinds and Muses

It’s December, how did that happen? My house looks like Santa barfed the North Pole everywhere, the air is crisp and cold, and there is a constant fire burning in my wood stove (no that's not an innuendo). We’ve had our first winter snow storm...

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Carabiners and Expectations

My apologies for not posting last weekend, but I have been stuck at the base of a mountain so to speak and I finally made it to the summit! There are still many valleys and peaks to go but I’m proud of this one so...

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Gaps in Story (Not Thighs)

In last weeks post, “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly”, I was expecting the man to complement my family since that’s what people normally do when they stop me. When he insulted us instead by asking if we could afford our children, a rift...

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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

In a small town, nestled comfortably in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, the Lindsey family settles down to a table at their favorite pizza parlor. Smells of melting cheese, pepperoni and freshly baked dough float amidst the carefree atmosphere of a calm Sunday afternoon....

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