My first blog

In this day and age, it is pretty standard for a writer to have a blog.  Unfortunately, I hadn’t a clue what I wanted to write about — I had blog block.

I have been doing some sporadic research on women writers (Did you know the first known author was a woman? or the world’s first novel was written by a woman?) for my own amusement. In this pursuit, I found what I wanted my blog to be about — those writers or books or characters that made an impression on me.

I hope you will enjoy my blog and maybe read a book or two I mention. My first novella, Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Carol, appears in A Darcy Christmas, available October 1, 2010 and I hope you will read that as well.

My first novella can be found in here.

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FYI

Enheduanna, @ 2300s BCE, was a princess and priestess in ancient Sumeria. She wrote a few hymns to the goddess Inanna that somehow survived. She is the first author and poet in the world that history can put a name to.

Murasaki Shikibu (970s-1030s) wrote what is considered the world’s first novel, The Tale of Genji and it is still being published.

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4 Responses to My first blog

  1. Sofie Couch says:

    Schweet! Loved your first blog entry! I’ve come away a little bit smarter – well, at least with a neat new bit of trivia to add to my fount. 🙂 Hugs, Sofie.

  2. I just read your novella, Mr. Darcy’s Christmas Carol and just loved it! Here’s my review of the whole Darcy Christmas book:

    http://calicocritic.blogspot.com/2010/10/book-review-darcy-christmas-holiday.html

    Great job!

    Laura Hartness
    The Calico Critic

  3. Adrienne says:

    Got the book. Read it. Loved it. Thanks so much!

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