Tag Archives: short stories

Southern Creatives – Janet Nodar – @Janet_Nodar

Have I been missing? Umm, yes. NaNo, Thanksgiving, still (yes, people, STILL) working on formatting the enhanced multimedia eBook of Rich Fabric. But, I am so excited to end this first year of Southern Creatives with a wonderful interview with … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – Louisa Dang – @louisadang – Permission to be Southern?

Southern writer, Louisa Dang, is my guest today on Southern Creatives. I love the title of her post “Permission to be Southern,” so I am getting out of the way so you can get on with reading her article! Permission … Continue reading

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Mae – One of my favorite minor characters

My heart belongs to Mae     If you’ve read Josephine: Red Dirt and Whiskey, then you’ve met Mae. She’s Josephine’s neighbor. Mae is just two years younger than Josephine, but their lives are so different. During the times their … Continue reading

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6 Excellent Resources for Researching William Faulkner

 6 Excellent Resources for Researching William Faulkner His biography, lineage, writing life & time in Hollywood: WFofW William Faulkner Anecdotes & Trivia  Faulkner’s Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech “The Banquet Speech“, Stockholm, December 10, 1950 – the legendary Faulkner quote “There is … Continue reading

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Putting it in print…

I’ve been working on compiling some of my short stories into a paperback format through CreateSpace. This has given me the opportunity to revise some of these stories, knock the dirt off of some short stories I had written previously … Continue reading

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Suspending Disbelief

I have a hard time suspending my disbelief when I am reading. It’s not the subject matter. In fact, I CAN suspend my disbelief when I am reading about vampires (Anne Rice’s tales are wildly entertaining), and I CAN suspend … Continue reading

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