The Drifting Moon by Susan Kaye

I’m blogging over at Austen Authors about a contemporary novel I’m working on. Come over and read a finished scene.

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18 thoughts on “The Drifting Moon by Susan Kaye

      1. Susan Kaye Post author

        Laura knows it takes the jaws of life to pry money out of my hand so spending on a graphic is a sort of commitment.

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  1. Sophia Rose

    I just finished reading your excerpt. Love, love, love it!!!!
    Can’t wait to read the whole thing (big Persuasion fan here)!

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  2. AmyFlo

    Wow! You’ve got your writing hands filled with lots of projects: this, AWAL, and Better Days. Good luck with your muse(s)!

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  3. Laura Hile

    Custom color? You bet! For ducks, I went looking for a chocolate/caramel 1958 Corvette. This is as close as I came, a display at the GM Heritage Center.

    Get a load of the description:

    And in the lobby they had this 1958 Corvette that Harley Earl let a staff of female designers loose on. They came up with the custom color, along with a host of minor touches intended to make the Corvette more female-friendly.

    I’m “majorly” impressed! Wouldn’t any of us love this car?

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    1. Susan Kaye Post author

      This is a pretty gorgeous car. Given my druthers, I’d go for an SUV, but something like this has more romance surrounding it.

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  4. Gayle Mills

    Just perfect. I’m thinking at some point in this story, that car come down off the pole. At least, I hope so.

    I’m so glad you’re writing, Susan! I’m buying my spurs this weekend. YIppee!

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  5. Susan Kaye Post author

    YIKES! We need to be careful, Too many words like spurs might give the search engines the wrong idea! Thanks, Gayle.

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    1. Laura Hile

      Tell me about it.

      At one time I had a “free” Geocities website. You know, the kind with ads on the sidebar? What sorts of products do you think came up for Mercy‘s Embrace and Love Suffers Long and is Kind? Ugh.

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      1. Susan Kaye Post author

        The worst case of mistaken key words I ever got was for a site I called Austen Itch with a tag line about Jane scratching an itch we all have. I found myself listed in aberrant entertainment sites. I have since been sensitive to such things.

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  6. Gayle Mills

    I think it is a sad thing that so many perfectly good words are now held hostage by dirty minds or overreaching search engines. Trying to teach these days is like walking through a minefield– I never know what word will be given some nasty connotation next.

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    1. Susan Kaye Post author

      And I’m sure if you lamented this in certain circles we would be told WE are the ones who are holding language hostage by not allowing it to evolve “naturally.” Ha.

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  7. Gayle Mills

    Have you ever wondered what these people in those circles say when they really, really, really need a good “cuss” word? I mean, they’ve worked the worst ones to death.

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Why yes, we DO want a piece of your mind. ;-)

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