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Back on track – kind of . . .

I’ve been neglectful for the past few months on meeting my posting deadline. At least I’m consistent when it comes to meeting deadlines. My research trip to Ireland, the inaugural Mystery Writers Key West Fest (I am one of founders … Continue reading

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Sometimes I hear voices.

By Mike Jastrzebski We were offshore headed from Charleston, SC to Beaufort, NC when I heard someone calling. Not calling for me specifically, but just a call out from across the water. An unknown voice searching for an unknown response. … Continue reading

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Stuck in the forest

by Christine Kling You know that saying, “You can’t see the forest for the trees”? I’ve been stuck in a bunch of trees the past few days, and I’ve been having difficulty finding my way out. I’m sure you know … Continue reading

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Getting the itch.

By Mike Jastrzebski The itch to write that is. Lately I’ve been missing the challenge of writing and I think I’m about ready to sit down at the old computer again. I have a first draft of the next Wes … Continue reading

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The eyes are the window to the soul

by Christine Kling At last we have slowed our travels, and finally I’ve started the new book. I adore road trips, but there comes a time when the itch to start building that fictional world becomes almost painful. Travel is … Continue reading

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Killer Femmes

by Christine Kling This week I’d like to share with all Write on the Water readers two tidbits from the ongoing marketing efforts of Christine Kling, author. A few months ago I was honored to be asked to join four … Continue reading

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By the numbers

by Christine Kling I want to get a blog posted today, but I am feeling overwhelmed by the numbers in my life lately. I pride myself on loving the nomadic existence, but I have been living out of luggage since … Continue reading

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Klinging to the coattails of a futurist

  by Christine Kling For many years when I was a teacher and then a college professor, I loved to go to technology conferences. I admit that I am more than a little geeky, and I used to love to … Continue reading

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Countdown to full time cruising.

By Mike Jastrzebski We sold our car yesterday–the first time I’ve been without a car in 48 years. It’s the final step in a twenty year journey that has included living aboard for eleven years and will hopefully lead to … Continue reading

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What was I thinking?

by Christine Kling So often, the topic here on this blog of boating writers has been some version of, “How can I maintain my boat and get my books written at the same time?” That, I am happy to say, … Continue reading

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