Tag Archives: South Carolina

New column: “Find that special spot wherever you are”

There are cool little places, and new things to do, wherever we are. Let’s go on an adventure! That’s my column today in The Greenville News. To read it, click here.

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New event in Greenville, South Carolina – May 2, 2017

Hi, all. I’m thrilled to announce that on May 2nd, I’ll be speaking at the Mother/Daughter/Sister/Friend Banquet at Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Greenville, South Carolina. Hosted by the United Methodist Women, our theme will be “We Are All Sisters!” … Continue reading

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Walking the Story: a new essay at the Bell Bridge Books blog

Happy, Happy Friday, friends! A short piece of mine is currently being featured at my publisher’s website. Called “Walking the Story,” it’s about how I quite literally walked, hiked, backpacked, paddled, climbed and swam the story as I wrote my … Continue reading

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What will we do without Pat Conroy?

This week’s column in The Greenville News is in memory¬†of beloved South Carolina author Pat Conroy, who passed away very recently due to pancreatic cancer. There was no question, when it came time to write my next column, that it … Continue reading

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Dear South Carolina – Love, Pat Conroy

By now, most of you know that South Carolina lost its native son, writer Pat Conroy, only this week to pancreatic cancer. Devastated, I’ve combed the Internet over the past several days for different obituaries and tributes to him. Today, … Continue reading

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New column: “Is it true that ‘you can’t go home again’?”

In this week’s column in The Greenville News, I’m pondering on the notion of home. Was Thomas Wolfe right? Is it true that “you can’t go home again”? To read, click here.

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Thursday Newspaper Column for Feb. 27, 2014

Hi, all! My newest column is up at The Greenville News. Here’s the link, and hope you enjoy! http://goo.gl/cXlC2E Also: the newspaper is asking readers to tag them on Twitter (@GreenvilleNews) or Facebook or Instagram with your own “big snow” … Continue reading

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First Newspaper Column is Out!

Hi, all! I’m thrilled to announce that my new parenting/outdoor/general life column is now up and running in The Greenville News! Makes me very happy to have a byline in my hometown newspaper again. To check it out, go here. … Continue reading

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Keowee Valley at the Aiken County Library

Happy Friday, all! I’m writing this as my daughter watches “Super Why” on PBS Kids. School was cancelled (which means her preschool was cancelled, too) because supposedly we’re going to get a bunch of sleet and ice today–a dangerous wintry … Continue reading

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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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