Monthly Archives: November 2012

Dining With Authors – A Literacy Benefit

Really excited to be headed to Greenville, South Carolina tonight for Dining With Authors! This is a benefit hosted by Ready 4 Reading. Proceeds will promote literacy efforts with children ages birth through 4 years old, in underserved communities in … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing: What I’m Working on Now

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been immersed in teaching my college students, turning in my last graduate packet of the semester (to an advisor I adore but soon have to give up), emerging from the (God willing) last … Continue reading

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Reading Tonight at Brevard College

Happy Belated Thanksgiving, everyone! Hope you had a relaxing and delicious-food-filled few days with family and friends. Some news: Three other Brevard College professors and I will be reading from our recently published works (me from Keowee Valley, of course) … Continue reading

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A Steel Magnolias Thanksgiving

So, it’s Thanksgiving Week. A time for gratefulness. A time for family. A time for laughing at (I mean with!) family. One of my favorite movie “families” has to be the cast of ladies from Steel Magnolias. Without a doubt, … Continue reading

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In the Family Way… and Other News

Yep. I am with child. For more on this, check out today’s post, “In the Family Way,” over at The Writing Scott. Oh, boy.       In book news, I’m happy to announce a few upcoming events: * On … Continue reading

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Recap from the Dahlonega Literary Festival

Back in the saddle after a great, booky weekend down in Dahlonega, Georgia, at the 2012 Dahlonega Literary Festival. Books and authors and mountains, oh my! A good time was most certainly had by all–despite being up all night in … Continue reading

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Down to Dahlonega

I’m thrilled to be headed down to the Dahlonega Literary Festival in lovely Dahlonega, Georgia. Tomorrow, I’ll run a booth for Keowee Valley, and will speak at 2 p.m. as part of a panel of Appalachian writers in a session … Continue reading

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Interview at Women’s Fiction Writers

Hi, all! Today I’m being interviewed by blogger and author Amy Sue Nathan, over at Women’s Fiction Writers. What a fun experience; Amy asks the best questions! Check it out: http://womensfictionwriters.wordpress.com/2012/11/08/author-katherine-scott-crawford-says-that-womens-fiction-is-simply-darn-good-fiction/.    

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Election Day Chili… and Other Good Stuff

* Also posted over at my blog, The Writing Scott.   On this election day, my mother, my daughter and I are making chili. Election Day Chili. Okay, so my mom really made it. But we’re all going to eat it! … Continue reading

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