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It’s 2020. It’s time to finally invest in your writing life.

It is 2020. It’s time to finally invest in your writing life–in your story, the one you’ve always wanted to tell. In the book you’ve always wanted to write. Being a writer, BELIEVING you are and can be a writer, … Continue reading

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Why I launched a new writers’ retreat

When you launch a brand new writers’ retreat in the midst of your own busy life, folks will naturally ask why. There are hundreds (possibly thousands) of writers’ retreats and residencies in the United States alone: why start a new … Continue reading

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Looking for a writer’s retreat this winter? Or a gift for the writer in your life? Our Winter Retreat is live!

* I have published a brand-new Keowee Valley Christmas story! $0.99 on Kindle (FREE for Kindle Unlimited members.) Quinn and Jack are back in the Valley! Click here for more info.  Give yourself–or the writer in your life–the gift of … Continue reading

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Amazing and unexpected things happen at the mountaintop

Amazing and unexpected things happen at the mountaintop. There’s just something about the solitude and quiet, the crisp air, being truly (maybe finally, for some of us) away from the noise that keeps creativity at bay. This is why we … Continue reading

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Artist Residencies : The Reserve at Lake Keowee (Part I)

I’ve enjoyed a few artist residencies during my short time as a published writer, and they’ve all been different: located in different parts of the country, with varying lengths of stay, accommodations, perks, and expectations of the artist. Certainly, my … Continue reading

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Show & Tell Friday – Food, Books & Retreats Edition

I am officially 37 weeks pregnant. This week, my 3 1/2 year-old said, “Mama, you sure do look funny with that great big belly.” This just proves what I suspected when I had the said 3 1/2 year-old: Nature never … 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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Blog Post at Bell Bridge Books

My first blog post for my publishers, Bell Bridge Books, is up on their site this morning. It’s called “And So I Did,” and it’s about the things that shaped me as a writer. Enjoy!

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