Monthly Archives: June 2016

On Tattoos and Publishing

I don’t have a tattoo. It’s not that I’m against them, it’s just that I’ve never found a design worth permanently attaching to my body. But a lot of people I know have tattoos. I’ve accompanied several to the tattoo … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Publishing is a lot like giving Birth

If you waited until you were ready, you’d never do it. It’s messy. No matter your expectations, at some point you have to realize it is it’s own entity. It takes a village. Regardless of how the little bugger is received, … Continue reading

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5 Things You can do for Me

Buy Pocket Money.  From Amazon. Or Kindle. Or even through Barnes & Noble. (I’m on B&N, too!) A lot of people say they want to buy it from me directly so I get the money. I understand the logic and appreciate the … Continue reading

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Five Things You Should Know About Pocket Money

The protagonist is male. In the early stages of beta reading, people were occasionally confused, thinking it was a girl. Maybe because I wrote it and I’m a girl?When I corrected them, they would say, well, it could be a … Continue reading

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That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, friends and family, readers and collectors of fine books! You may now purchase Pocket Money, the debut novel by author M F Lamphere. (That’s me!) Available through Amazon or Kindle. May 22, 1992 I hate this … Continue reading

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