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Showing my appreciation for YOU!

We’re a week away from Valentine’s Day, and normally I am just thankful that I’m not Rosaline from Romeo and Juliet. This year, though, I wanted to show my appreciation for those of you who read this blog and read … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – News from the Road – Humble, TX

Book Signing Update – Humble, TX Have books; will travel! It has taken me years, YEARS, to be able to discuss any kind of road trip without automatically quoting the lines from Willie Nelson’s song – “On the Road Again” … Continue reading

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Why I love Southern Fiction Fans…

You Know Who You Are 🙂 Southern fiction fans —> people who love William Faulkner, Eudora Welty, Flannery O’Connor, Harper Lee, Margaret Mitchell and the list goes on. Why do I love you? Because you are “my people.” (Trying not … Continue reading

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That Girl Gets Around

Josephine – a traveling machine She’s been to over half the states in the U.S. She’s been to Australia. She’s been to Canada. She’s been to the UK (a few times!) I am fortunate that I can “see” where she … Continue reading

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WARNING: The author doesn’t want you to read her book

Readers need not apply Not every reader, that is. Unless your novel is a public service announcement, then it is probably true that NOT everyone should read it. Why? You don’t write for everybody. Do you? There are many reasons … Continue reading

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Thanks for the memories…

I had the wonderful opportunity to guest post on The Introverted Reader’s “Saturdays in the South” and I thoroughly enjoyed strolling down memory lane. Want to find out what pancakes, coffee, beauty shops, Waylon Jennings and Fried Green Tomatoes have in … Continue reading

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Tell me a story …

    What is it that makes us love to read? As a writer, reading makes me better at my craft – yes. Of course, but that’s not why I read. That’s just an added bonus. I have always loved … Continue reading

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