Author Archives: Tracey Neithercott

  So I’ve been on a bit of a fantasy kick, which has nothing to do with working like crazy and wanting an escape from real life.   Almost nothing.   Anyway, I assume your to-be-read list is like mine—tall and mocking. … Continue reading

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KALI BY GABOR SOMOSKOI FEATURING ZSOFI FENYVESI When you get to be a certain-aged adult (which is basically anything over 25), you get this idea in your head that you’re the you you’re always going to be. It’s the idea … Continue reading

process, Uncategorized, writing
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In the before days (several months ago), I had a very specific and painful process for cutting words, sentences, scenes, and chapters from my books:   1. Procure chainsaw. 2. Slice off limbs.   It wasn’t the kind of approach to cutting … Continue reading

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Listen, I know Currently posts are supposed to go up on Tuesdays but I’m a hard-core rebel and nobody, not even the internet, tells me what to do.* When you finish rolling your eyes, read on: LOVING The flowers are … Continue reading

currently, gray wolf island, my book, writing
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I’ve been slacking on my book reviews. I do have a reason, though: I’ve been lazy.   (I said nothing about that reason being a particularly good one.)   But I want to be better, like those on-the-ball women who … Continue reading

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LOVING It’s official: I am addicted to sheet masks. This has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that wearing one makes my husband scream like a girl, douse me in holy water, and chant, “The power of Christ compels … Continue reading

currently, gwi, my book
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So there I was, fumbling my phone. My hands were shaking—my whole body was shaking—and my fingers couldn’t find the right button or my brain couldn’t compute. There was something about an offer. And then I hung up. I should … Continue reading

break out the champagne, my book, news
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