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Tell Me A Story

A couple of years ago, our writing group held a book signing and Q & A session at the local library. Although I jotted down some notes afterwards, I don’t think I posted anything, so tonight I’ve posting a version … Continue reading

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More than Something to Drink

I agree with Pat Conroy who said the four most beautiful words in the English language are, “Tell me a story.” Tonight’s drop-in at the Kershaw County Library verified Conroy’s assertion and my belief. I arrived at the library a … Continue reading

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And Pictures Too!

People have been asking whether the Camden Writers’ 2016 anthology is similar to the one we published in 2014, Serving Up Memory. Yes and no. Both have stories, poems, recipes and photographs, but What I Wish I Could Tell You … Continue reading

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Writing Addiction

I have to make this snappy…and short. My husband thinks I’m hiding a secret addiction as I remain secreted away upstairs in my FROG (Family Room Over Garage). You might already what that acronym means, but I defined it just … Continue reading

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Saturday’s Lessons

I learned a lot of useful things on Saturday, things that will help me (and hopefully you too) in the future. Surround yourself with positive people, believe in your work, and work hard to get the word out about your event or work or grand opening. It’s also important to show appreciatation for those who help you out. And finally, having at least one person who shares your DNA show up can give you a boost like nothing else. Continue reading

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