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This Writer’s Road: Melinda Dozier

     Today I’m thrilled to welcome Melinda Dozier, who will share a little about her trip down her writer’s road.   Melinda teaches, is a mom, and loves to play rule breaker.  She’s also the author of Breaking the Rules, which … Continue reading

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This Writer’s Road: Heather Thurmeier

    How do writers get where they’re going?  And, how does the destination change as an author’s                  journey continues through time?   Today we continue to explore those travels with                Heather Thurmeier, who turned her fascination with reality … Continue reading

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Unatttainable…No, Attainable…sort of

When I was eight, my mom gave me a subscription to Writer’s Digest Magazine.  Yes, I was already writing then, with an eye to publication.  I had accumulated more rejections by the time I was 10 than many folks do … Continue reading

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Love For the Second Time? Firefly Run by Trish Milburn

Shelly Myers fled Dallas soon after Troy, her husband of a scant few minutes, was gunned down by vicious drug dealer and assassin Eddie Victor.  She returned to Bobcat Ridge, her tiny Appalachian hometown as soon as her testimony put … Continue reading

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Of Thieves and Scolds–Seduce Me by Robyn DeHart

            Fielding Grey, Viscount of Eldon, spends his life recovering fabled antiquities–and turning them over to anyone willing to pay for the priceless pieces of human history.  The son of an explorer, he uses his expertise to live well and … Continue reading

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Jean Brashear–On His Honor

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An Apprensive Cowgirl

            Author Kit Frazier posts an entertaining blog with a byline that captivated me from the first–An Accidental Cowgirl.     Horses (if not cows, so much) have been an important part of my life, so when I wound up stealing … Continue reading

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A Good Day To Be A Teacher

In one memorable passage from Stephen King’s Pet Sematary,    Louis Creed mentions a day in March and flying kites with his son Gage as the last good day he would ever have. Now, I haven’t read Pet Sematary since it … Continue reading

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Rejection 5404–The Graduate Course

            Success at an early age kills.  Well, at least sometimes it does.  When you write.            I received my first check from a short-lived children’s magazine that only took work from kids.  Got a dollar fifty for the worst … Continue reading

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Return to Rio

Return to Rio.

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