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New column: “The best laid plans of husbands and wives”

In my newspaper column this week, I’m mourning plans for a dream vacation that were thwarted by Fate. Fate, in the forms of a drug cartel and a Category 5 hurricane. To read, click here.

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Catching Up: Newspaper Columns for Christmas & New Year’s

Happy New Year’s, you find people, you! As you recover from New Year’s Eve I hope you’ll put your feet up while you read today’s and last week’s columns in The Greenville News. (We were in colonial Williamsburg–more on this … Continue reading

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Tak’ a Cup o’ Kindness

On this New Year’s Eve, I wanted to thank you all for being so good to me over the past year–for reading my novel, Keowee Valley, and falling in love with its characters–especially Quinn and Jack–and the wild Carolina frontier, … Continue reading

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Feile Samhna – Happy Hallowe’en!

In honor of that day of the year when the door between this world and the next creeeaaaks open, I’m sharing a post I wrote on this day way back in 2008. Forgive the references to snow. It used to … Continue reading

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