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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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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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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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A new chapter

by Christine Kling So I’m sitting on an airplane in Orlando en route to LA, my fiancé beside me and our two doggy flight bags with Ruby and Barney at our feet. Just a couple of hours ago I signed … Continue reading

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Where is home?

by Christine Kling Wikipedia says, “A home is a dwelling-place used as a permanent or semi-permanent residence for an individual, family, household or several families in a tribe.” I guess for most people that question is an easy one, but … Continue reading

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Turkish Delight

by Christine Kling We have been in Turkey now for about 10 days and there are so many ways in which this country is a surprise. I’m not really sure what I expected to find, but it certainly wasn’t this … Continue reading

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Dragon’s Triangle comes to Kindle First

by Christine Kling Have you heard about the Amazon program called Kindle First? I hadn’t. And I thought I was pretty savvy about Amazon and publishing in general. This program offers one FREE Kindle book to members of Amazon Prime … Continue reading

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When dealt only lemons, make limoncello

by Christine Kling Being open to serendipity means you have to be willing to take whatever comes your way, both good and not so good. My recent research visit to Rome to look at the current home of the Sovereign … Continue reading

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