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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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Southern Creatives – Pamela King Cable, @pamelakingcable

First, an announcement – Rich Fabric, the anthology, will launch on 9/28/2012! More info coming soon… And, now with our regularly scheduled program 🙂 Interview with Southern Author, Pamela King Cable Your debut book – Southern Fried Women – is … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – Kat Kennedy, Author @katkennedy75

This Week on Southern Creatives – Kat Kennedy Kat Kennedy is a Mobile, AL based poet/writer who is planning on self-publishing her first book, Flamingo Funeral & other Stories from the Zoo, which will include the Faulkner Wisdom Competition short-listed … 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 – 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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5 Things I’ve Learned from Book Two

I no longer suffer from the single child book syndrome My second novel – Nelson and Cora – The Beginning – was published last week, first as an eBook and now as a paperback. 5 Things I’ve Learned So Far On This Journey: … Continue reading

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