Author Archives: Sue Eller

About Sue Eller

Mystery and sci-fi author

Tales from the Road

Today will be a bit different, but then I like to keep things interesting. It has been my pleasure to get to know a man who is talented in music, acting, and now writing. Bill Bancroft has been a drummer … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo Eve (a.k.a. Halloween)

The witching hour approaches, and novel writers around the globe prepare to immerse themselves in a Herculean effort to produce a novel in a single month. That’s the idea, anyway. National Novel Writing Month approaches. It sneaks up on unsuspecting … Continue reading

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So You Want to Write a Book

I got a wonderful email from someone who desires to write a book. I will leave out the details of her letter, but it prompted me to write a reply I’d like to share with all writers and aspiring writers. … Continue reading

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I Love Fall

Fall is my favorite time of year, and has been for as long as I can remember. The smell of harvested grain pours from the hopper of the combine into the waiting truck, the aroma of freshly cut grass mingles … Continue reading

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Fall Festivities

Hello again, everyone. The hot weather and most of the smoke in the air have both dissipated here in the Pacific Northwest, so I changed my banner photo back to its previous version. We have had some days of cooler … Continue reading

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Helter Swelter

Hello, everyone. This time I’ve changed the banner photo to reflect the relentless heat in the Pacific Northwest. Eastern Washington has set records of scorching high temperatures and days without precipitation. August, which is usually our summer’s hottest month, is … Continue reading

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How to make really good gluten free banana bread

Hello, everyone. This time I have a special treat. (Pun intended this time, too.) A friend of mine took a video of me making gluten free banana bread in my kitchen (on location, as they say). He added a few … Continue reading

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Finally!

Hello everyone. It’s been a long winter (as the song says), but we persevered. My NaNoWriMo project got interrupted midway through the month by the worst windstorm Spokane has seen in many long years. We were without power for a … Continue reading

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November Events

I just finished the first week of National Novel Writing Month, wherein writers are challenged to write 50,000 words in the month of November. This is the first year I’ve participated, and I must say it has been a learning … Continue reading

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A fitting tribute to a great man…Leonard Nimoy memorial, WorldCon 2015

Leigh Ann Hildebrand, Ginger Buchanan, and David Gerrold share their memories of Leonard Nimoy with attendees at WorldCon 2015 Sunday, August 23 in Spokane, Washington. A fitting tribute was given by these three to Leonard Nimoy, a man who impacted … Continue reading

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