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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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Southern Creatives – Jim Booth, guest post: Southern Rock Stardom, Postmodernism, and the Persistence of Memory

After a week’s vacation (which led to antibiotics all around in our house!), Southern Creatives is back. I hope you all enjoy this guest post by Jim Booth and find it as entertaining as I do. Southern Rock Stardom, Postmodernism, … 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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Research, research, everywhere…

JuNoWriMo is only a few weeks away – starts June 1! Like NaNoWriMo – JuNoWriMo is a novel writing month contest, but it is held in JUNE (hence the name!) *You can follow @JuNoWriMo on Twitter for more info and … 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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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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Back of Book Blurb – Josephine: Red Dirt and Whiskey

In honor of being able to see the light at the end of the tunnel for revisions and being fairly sure it isn’t a train, here is the back of the book blurb for the revised edition of Josephine: Red … Continue reading

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