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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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Les Kerr – Southern Musician, Writer – Southern Creatives #STHRN @LesKerr

I am delighted to have Les Kerr as my guest today on Southern Creatives. He’s the first featured person of 2013, and I think he sets a wonderful tone for a year full of dynamic, creative people! So, on with … Continue reading

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Winding Down and Looking Forward

A recap – I published my second novel – Nelson and Cora: The Beginning and my first anthology – Rich Fabric. What did I learn? In the hopes that someone will take something of value from my experiences, I will … Continue reading

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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 – Nita Risher McGlawn @nitarmc

It is my pleasure to welcome Southern Poet and Writer, Nita Risher McGlawn, to Southern Creatives this week. In addition to the WONDERFUL guest post she created for this week, she also graciously shared one of her poems “New Orleans’ … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – Tracy Kaufmann, @KauffmanTracy

Interview with author, Tracy Kaufmann – this week’s guest on Southern Creatives 1. Do you consider yourself a southern writer or a writer who happens to be from the south? What is the difference? I  am a southern author and … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives – RC (Ruth) White, Southern Author

I am pleased to have southern fiction author and photographer, RC (Ruth) White, as a guest on Southern Creatives today! Do you consider yourself a “Southern writer” or a writer who lives in the South? What do you think is … Continue reading

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3 Lies Writers Tell Ourselves

Liar, Liar, pants on fire! 3 Lies Writers Tell Themselves 1. I don’t care what anyone thinks of my writing If this were true, you would never, ever share your work. It would stay locked up in a drawer somewhere, hidden … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned from Teaching Composition

5 Things I’ve Learned from Teaching Freshman Composition … I’m a guest on Sarah Nego’s blog – Sarah Nego Writes – today discussing five things I’ve learned from teaching freshman composition. I’d love you to take a minute, click on over … Continue reading

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Overcome by a Pantster Attack

My Pantster Tendencies Won — this round Day 13 of JuNoWriMo/ CampNaNoWriMo (50k words in 30 days), and my innner Pantster won. I tried three different stories – all three I planned out, mapped, strategized, created character arcs, character profiles, … Continue reading

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