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A Workshop with Clarity and Style

Last Saturday, June 22, I had the good fortune of attending a three-hour craft workshop hosted by the South Carolina Writers’ Association and am still pondering all the information I learned. Davis Enloe, SCWA board member, shared material on the … Continue reading

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Chocolate Truffles or Chocolate Covered Cherries?

It could have been the dark chocolate truffles or chocolate covered cherries. Or maybe it was the Rice Krispy treats that Kathryn brought. Whatever the reason, our writing group was super energetic, almost wired, last night. The meeting wasn’t about … Continue reading

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27 Buzzards

I got a rather cryptic message from one of my brothers yesterday. “27 buzzards” is all it said. Assuming there would be more to follow, I forgot about those old buzzards for a while and went back to recalling this … Continue reading

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Christmas Cookies at Easter

In October, 2014 our local writers’ group published an anthology of stories, recipes, poems, and photographs. We love our book and what it represents. It’s a communal effort that pays homage to our collective past. A little over a year … Continue reading

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Bridging the Publishing Abyss

Psychologists call it an approach-approach conflict, being torn between two equally attractive choices. Although it’s supposedly the easiest of internal conflicts, I struggled with it a couple of weeks ago. Should I go to the SC Book Festival or attend … Continue reading

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