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Cornbread and Brooms by Tim Hammond

This post was a delightful Facebook find. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! My friend’s mother, Miss Sylvia, is making cornbread. Her house is alive with the smell. The eighty-two-year old woman cooks cornbread the old-fashioned … Continue reading

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Remember the Days of Driving around and Enjoying Christmas Lights? @MaryMarvella

As a single adult, I don’t head out with the purpose of seeing Christmas lights. HOWEVER, I will stop and take photos when there is legal parking near the lights I really like. These lights are in Suwanee, GA. Downtown … Continue reading

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I’LL MAKE THIS SHORT AND SWEET! HAPPY FEBRUARY AND HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! I’m working on lessons for a course on using sensory details to connect with our readers in a lasting way.  This is a VERY NEW rough draft. Some … Continue reading

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Conflict, Conflict, Conflict! Reposting 12/30/22

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions! We make decisions every day. Some decisions are easy. We know what we need to do and why, and we do what we must. Other decisions are not easy to make. Those cause internal conflict. What if … Continue reading

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A Class about Using Small Conflicts on the Way in January, 2022 !

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Two workshops coming up August 28: Let’s get that book started. #writingworkshops #MaryMarvella

The first is about how to corral the ideas that fight each other for our attention. This One-and-a-Half Hour Workshop benefits Beginners who have dreamed of becoming a Writer, as well as Beginners who have started writing and stalled out … Continue reading

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I Think I Missed the Picnic Making Gene.

Does your family go on picnics? We didn’t make a big deal of them. Mama packed sandwiches and took jugs of sweet tea when we went swimming. We did have coolers. Cups or glasses? Aluminum tumblers, I think. Who remembers? … Continue reading

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A Sale, a Prize, and Goals for 2020

For years I have been a writer, a tutor, an editor, and a writing coach. I seem to be editing more than I am writing or tutoring, I do have writing projects to finish.  I don’t make resolutions, but I … Continue reading

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Holiday Short Stories for You!

A Very Bella Thanksgiving Coming soon! Matt’s Christmas Angel Powered by Linky Tools Click here to enter your link and view this Linky Tools list…

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Ann Everett, “Overwriting”, and TRUE

Welcome, Ann Everett. Thanks for stopping by here on your way home from the Pink Fuzzy Slippers Authors blog. Instead of a fireplace I have a picnic. There are fried chicken and potato salad inside the basket. The colors on … Continue reading

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