Author Archives: mtnwriter77

About mtnwriter77

I, like so many others, am a novelist struggling for recognition. In Her Mother's Shoes was published in June - available through Amazon, B&N and iPad, e-book (only $2.99!) as well as paperback. Autumn Colors was my first. Right now I'm working on a third novel, currently titled Transitions. My writings are mostly women's fiction, but Transitions takes a step into science fiction, with a romantic twist. My website is www.dawnlajeunesse.com, currently under re-construction. Come visit me in December 2014!

LOCAL AUTHORS TO CELEBRATE FAMILY AT KNICKERBOCKER MANSION

SCHAGHTICOKE, NY MOTHER’S DAY, MAY 10t, 2015 Free and Open to the Public –Gloria Waldron Hukle & Dawn Lajaunesse Inspired by family, Author Dawn Lajaunesse, who lives near Saratoga Springs with her husband, Dennis, and Border terrier, Nala, wrote her … Continue reading

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Increase Creativity With Scents!

Originally posted on Scent Sciences Corp.:
Hey everyone! I would like to say that this will be my final post because my time here as an intern for Scent Sciences has come to an end. It has been an awesome…

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The Pleasure of Reading

Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
I have spent the majority of my time on this blog writing about writing, so I thought I would address the most fundamental and most important part of this experience with…

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REVISITING THE CLASSICS FOR INSIGHTS AND INSPIRATION

Some of you may recall a recent post of mine when I described my experience with a scathing critique of my newly completed novel. And actually deep-sixed the novel since it seemed unredeemable, based on the extent of the criticisms. … Continue reading

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THE PINTEREST PUZZLE

I was so proud of myself yesterday. As you read this, keep in mind that I am not young. Social media and all its options do not come naturally to me, as I wasn’t raised on them. I embarked on … Continue reading

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Infographically Explained: Should You Self-Publish or Go Traditional?

Originally posted on Publishing Insights:
? The Write Life publishes an infographic to help authors decide whether they should pursue self-publishing or follow the path of traditional publishing. In a discussion of this infographic, Mutterings of a Fantasy Writer refers to July 2014 Author Earnings Report which…

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The Promises of Spring

         On this relatively mild, sunny March day (mid-thirties), after an obnoxiously long and brutally cold/snowy winter, I can’t stop daydreaming about flowers and butterflies and spring and the warmth of summer to come. Yes, there still are several feet of snow … Continue reading

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