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A Hiatus, or did I just quit?

A break – that’s what I called it. Things had gone on a different path than I anticipated. I was selling books, but I was focusing on the need for agents and publicists and book signings and talking with people about … Continue reading

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How #Junowrimo reminds me that I am NOT writing

It’s June – JuNoWriMo once again. Last June I wrote the draft of my first organized crime novel – Lotierie: Legend. This June – I could write a sequel. I could write the second novel in the Nelson and Cora … Continue reading

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Everyone is a busy bee, but me!

It seems like everyone I know in the writing, editing, blogging, crafting, creating sphere goes into overdrive during the spring and summer months (except for me!).   photo credit: Cheng I via photopin cc   Here are some of the … Continue reading

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Does changing gears = a name change?

What happens when you want to change directions with your creative endeavors? Do you use a pen name? What if you are a photographer? A recording artist? A painter, a sculpter? Do you try to take your current audience with … Continue reading

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Anthology – CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Rich Fabric II

Put it on the calendar and don your thinking caps! Call for submissions for anthology – Rich Fabric II – deadline July 1, 2013. Looking for: Short stories Memoirs Historical essays Poems Black and white photos Original Drawings/Sketches The profits … Continue reading

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Southern Creatives Interview – Poet, John Davis, Jr. @poetjohndavisjr

In honor of National Poetry Month (you are celebrating, aren’t you?), it is my pleasure to have John Davis, Jr. as my guest on Southern Creatives. Would you classify yourself as a Southern poet? Why or why not? I would … Continue reading

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Caleb Pirtle – Writer, Founder of Venture Galleries – Southern Creatives #STHRN @CalebPirtle

I am pleased to have an interview with Caleb Pirtle this week. He is a former newspaper writer, current novelist, and the founder of Venture Galleries.   Tell us about your journey from the newspaper writing you did to the … Continue reading

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Blog Hop – The Next Big Thing

A blog hop? Yep, The Next Big Thing Blog Hop landed here 🙂 What is a blog hop? Basically, it’s a way readers can discover new authors. It gives us (writes and readers) another way to connect. Here, you’ll have … Continue reading

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William Wordsworth, Rich Fabric and a fellow blogger Sarah Negovetich (@sarahnego)

“Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.”           — William Wordsworth ********** Rich Fabric, the anthology, launches Friday (9/28/2012). I have this problem (blessing? issue? disorder?) that strikes whenever I get involved with something – I think I can … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Creating an Anthology

The paperback version of Rich Fabric, the anthology, will launch on Friday, 9/28/2012. I’ve learned quite a bit in the process of putting together this anthology and editing it. Here’s the Top 5 Things I’m taking away from the experience … Continue reading

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