Tag Archives: southern fiction

Retooling? I’ll retool you…

Big bonus kudos to you if you picked up on the National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation reference. 🙂 photo credit: UGArdener via photopin cc     September 1 – farewell Josephine Yep. September 1, 2013, Josephine: Red Dirt and Whiskey will … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – author, Brandon Luffman @BrandonRLuffman

Southern Creatives welcomes Brandon Luffman 1) Tell us about your current novel, Frostwalker. Frostwalker is a survival horror novel set in a small rural town in northwestern North Carolina. Jake Marsden, the protagonist, is a geeky sort of guy who would … Continue reading

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Venture Galleries features Josephine: Red Dirt and Whiskey

Josephine is featured on Venture Galleries. The title of the feature is “Too Many Secrets,” and also features Breathe by Elena Dillon. Thanks to Caleb Pirtle III! I hope you will click on over and read about both novels there, … Continue reading

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Who Influences My Writing (Besides Faulkner, of course)?

I was fortunate to have the opportunity to be a guest on Taryn Raye’s blog – Romance Writer – yesterday. She had some great questions for our interview, including which books I read over and over again. Of course, most … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – Lisa Olsen, Interview

Southern Creatives Welcomes Lisa Olsen, author Today’s interview is with a writer of the supernatural and a prolific writer at that! Lisa has published eight novels (did I mention prolific?!). If you love the supernatural, she’s got it. So, what’s … 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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Southern Creatives – Tonya Rice, Author

What is your definition of a southern author and how do you fit into that definition? I believe it’s a writer who has a southern voice, not just in terms of our various accents, but one who can convey our … Continue reading

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