Author Archives: Sue Eller

About Sue Eller

Mystery and sci-fi author

Harp’s Accord

“Harp!” Ila Harp slammed her locker door and turned to face her nemesis, Jason. “You could call me Ila. It’s more polite, you know.” Icicles dripped from her words as she pushed past him. “I’m sorry, Ila.” “Then why do … Continue reading

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Another craft fair table

This weekend, fellow authors Larry Danek, Dave McChesney, and Esther Hildahl will have a table at the Mead High School Fall Holiday Craft Fair.  Larry, Dave, and I will be there with our books for sale on Saturday, Nov. 16 … Continue reading

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Holo Ian

In honor of that spooky, fun holiday, Halloween, I’ll share this story with you. It may change into a children’s book someday if I can find the right button to push. Holo Ian Ten-year-old Ian didn’t know he was a … Continue reading

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Book sale and signing

This weekend I will join fellow author Larry Danek at the University High School craft fair, put on by the UHS Instrumental Music Parents Association. The location is 12420 East 32nd Avenue, Spokane Valley, Washington. The craft fair will be … Continue reading

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Mission of Mercenary

The month of October has been designated OctPoWriMo, or October Poetry Writing Month. According to my friend and poet, Beth Camp, the idea is to write a poem every day for the month of October. I don’t know much about … Continue reading

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Huge correction needed!!!

I think I must have been half asleep when I typed my last post. The class I’m teaching at Frankie Doodles is NEXT WEEK, Wednesday, October 16th, beginning at 6 p.m. You may come as early as 5:00 for dinner … Continue reading

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Events this week in Spokane

It will be a busy week for me, but an exciting one as well. Wednesday evening I will be teaching a class on formatting your document in Microsoft Word. I’ve used Word for many years, in versions beginning with Word … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Elinor Young – July 31, 2019

Have you noticed that it was just a week ago that the crickets started chirping? The first time this summer. I love hearing their weather reports and was so glad the morning I heard they are finally back. So what … Continue reading

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Book Review – Beyond the Ocean’s Edge: A Stone Island Sea Story by D. Andrew McChesney

Author D. Andrew McChesney instantaneously transports the reader back in space and time to the deck of the Theadora, a British sailing ship about to do battle with the French. It is the year 1802, and hero Edward Pierce leads a boarding … Continue reading

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Homophonia

Word pairs (sometimes triplets) which sound the same but have different meanings and are spelled differently are most often called homophones. They wreak havoc with writers, editors, and proofreaders for two main reasons: spellcheck doesn’t recognize them as mistakes since … Continue reading

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