Tag Archives: writers

Years with Dusty

    Dusty and I joined many other writers at a book signing in Branson many years ago The day of his funeral and I waited in the front row. His closed casket held the cow hide he often had on … Continue reading

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Always look for rainbows and stars

Recently I saw a quote on Pinterest that was so suitable for me that I pinned it and remembered it too. It simply said, “When it rains look for rainbows, when it’s dark look for stars.” Night has always been … Continue reading

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Throwing A Conference

  We talk about throwing a party a lot, but today I’d like to write just a bit about what it takes to throw a conference.  Our Critique group decided over ten years ago that we might like to have … Continue reading

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WRITERS WORKSHOP

   Twice a year I lead a writer’s workshop. The locale is so beautiful this time of the year that sightseeing is on the agenda of those who attend, so some of them plan on spending either Friday or Saturday … Continue reading

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Stuff you never knew about ….

Reading and Writing are what I do best, but here are random facts about my life from a posting in July, 2007. What is in bold was added today. 1. From the deck of our house we see a creek … Continue reading

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You Want Me To Do What?

Attend a ribbon cutting at Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Why would I do that? Because it’s for a company like no other I’ve ever been associated with. They wanted me and their other authors to be there when they officially … Continue reading

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Birds Tweet, Why Should I?

More and more often I hear people say they don’t use Twitter because they can’t say what they want to say in 140 characters. What these folks don’t understand is that all you need to do is intrigue the reader … Continue reading

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