Author Archives: marymarvella

Burgers, Trainrides, and New York City

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I just returned from New York City by train. I figured the ride would be an adventure, a new experience, and I could meet new people. The ride from Georgia to New York…

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NYC here I come!

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It’s time for Romance Writers of America’s National Conference. This year the event is in the Big Apple. I’m so excited to see my old friends and make new friends. If you’ve never…

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Teaser Scene from Cheerleader Dad

Jaycee hung between first and second base. The Saturday game was a close one. Bottom of the seventh inning. Jaycee hadn’t stopped bouncing and cheering for the GALS’ team with Alex and Lily. Jessie ground his teeth. The only way … Continue reading

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I Don’t Share with Mice!

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I really don’t like mice, not even small ones. I was working just hours ago when a mouse invaded my workspace. I have a comfy rocking chair with a rocking ottoman. My laptop…

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A fun fashion style challenge

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If you’re stuck in a style rut,  sign up for Alison Lumbatis’s  “Get Your Pretty On” style challenge for summer 2015.  Alison offers these style challenges several times a year. For summer, you’ll…

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NEW YORK TIMES Bestselling Author!!!

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: I am delighted to announce that two days ago I became a New York Times Bestselling Author. WOOHOO!!! Can you see my big smile? I’m still walking on cloud nine. Dancing…

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Talk about Nesting and Flowers

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Mama loved flowers. Both of my grandmothers loved flowers. My Grandma Mary owned a florist. Grandma Overby used coffee cans as planters and had flowers all over her front  porch and on the…

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