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Show & Tell Friday: All Things Fall

So, barring the fact that my eyes are so itchy from pollen and swollen from being up late with a screaming 5 month-old I can barely see out of them to type, I. am. determined. to. be. positive. Especially in … Continue reading

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Adventures in the Twittersphere

Tweeting is fun. I had no idea. I’ve decided it’s sort of like the guilty pleasure of reading U.S.A. Today on airline flights: you get all this great info, though brief, and it’s usually entertaining. Kind of like a buffet created only … Continue reading

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Recap of My Latest Presentation, and Off to the Parkway

On Tuesday I gave a presentation at the Transylvania County Library in my little town of Brevard, North Carolina. Called “The Slanted Truth: When Fiction Meets History,” I talked about the ins and outs of writing historical fiction, Keowee Valley, … Continue reading

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