Adventure with us to Jessica B. Bell’s Wayward Home for Lost Characters

D: Well, look who’s alive. A: Really? That’s all you have for me? Not-very-imaginative-snark? D: Well, it looked like you were in a hurry and I know you want to keep these ‘adventure with us’ guest blog notifications to half a page. A: . . . D: OK, fine. It’s been a while. I’m rusty. A: […]

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Overheard Over Coffee…

Back in November, Katie Sullivan released her long-awaited first novel Changelings: Into the Mist, the first in a series of adventure novels that blend the fascination of historical fiction with the wonder of Celtic mythology. While she is working on the second book, due out this Fall, she’s also been writing a serial thriller called […]

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Spotlight: Helena Hann-Basquiat

By now, everyone knows that Helena Hann-Basquiat is, by far, my favorite Dilettante. And it’s not just because I don’t know too many, either. I do, in fact, know quite a few, although they may not consider themselves as such (usually ‘raconteur’ is a word I hear tossed about, but whatever). But what makes Helena my […]

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Changelings on Tour: Helena Hann-Basquiat

On the 8th * day of the blog tour, Helena gave to me . . . friendship, and time and the very best she has to offer: a voice. *Of course, the 8th day was yesterday, but a combination of factors, an uncooperative scheduler and a visit to the doctor included, prevented me from posting […]

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Be Our Guest: Dilettante vs Druid

Please welcome to the blog, the delightfully witty Helena Hann-Basquiat, our very favorite Dilettante. She graciously wrote up a hilarious account of her most recent run-in with D.  So, lend her your eyes and enjoy! Be sure to tell her how much you love this in the comments! Dilettante vs Druid When I arrived at the […]

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Honourary Dilettante Contest

Go on, try out your inner dilettante, and enter Helena’s Honourary Dilettante Contest! So many fun prizes, so many opportunities for hilarity!

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We the People do Declare

Have you ever met someone who made you nod your head and say, yes? Or, who phrased the jumble of letters and words that form our language in such a way that you could not help but grin and smile? Helena Hann-Basquiat, everyone’s favorite dilettante, made me nod, grin and laugh from the moment I […]

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