Monthly Archives: April 2015

No Exclamation Marks!

I want to write fiction. Without exception, every person in my writing group has a better handle on this than I. Some have published novels with traditional publishers, and one author currently has her book, The Quaker Café, on sale … Continue reading

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Students Top the List

I wish I could write fiction. I do, I do, I do. I learned a lot about how to do it at the Rock Hill Writing Intensive on Saturday and am excited about getting started. Nervous too. Still, the “nothing … Continue reading

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Reading List

Since retiring from full-time employment, I’ve been able to fulfill a lot of “wishing and hoping” dreams from those crazy, busy days of working and raising children. While I loved that time period, the demands and expectations didn’t leave much … Continue reading

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Go Home, Miss Poe

When an old friend discovered that I was thinking of writing a slim book about teaching, she sent me a text and the above picture. Thought about you when I saw these hearts on the beach. The title of your … Continue reading

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