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Book Launch Party Great Fun!

Last Thursday evening was an author’s dream.  Surrounded by family, some nearby and some from far away, and about 75 friends, I got to read from my novel Scent of the Wild.  We had food from Old Capitol Grill & … Continue reading

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Get Your Copy Today!

Thanks to all of you who have asked how you can order a copy of Scent of the Wild. Price of each book is $16.95 and add Golden tax for a total of $18.25.  If you write your check for … Continue reading

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Robin Black’s Blurb

Wildly famous fiction writer Robin Black (Life Drawing, Crash Course) has this to say about Scent of the Wild. is a beautiful, memorable book, threaded through with stunning poetry…so much wisdom here.  So real and powerful a world.  Andi Pearson … Continue reading

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Scent of the Wild –

After quite a journey, my novel, Scent of the Wild, is available!  The journey began at a writing workshop at the Taos Summer Writers Conference in 2010 – yes, it’s been a seven year process. Like many writers today, I … Continue reading

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Invitation to a Fun Event!

Come celebrate the release of Scent of the Wild A novel of abandonment and choices set in Colorado’s natural beauty By Andi Gregory Pearson Thursday, October 26, 2017 5 – 6:30 pm Golden History Museum 923  10th Street in Golden … Continue reading

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Years In the Making

Most of you who follow my blog – and therefore, follow me – know I’ve spent time querying agents and searching for a publisher for my novel.  That’s all behind me now.  This week, I signed a contract and made … Continue reading

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Honorable Mention

Well, first, second or third place would have been nice.  But even an Honorable Mention is enough to keep me going. To read mine, go to www.brilliantflashfiction.com    

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From A Hundred Thousand Worlds

It’s amazing when a story brushes up against your real life;  it feels as if the characters might pass you on the street.   Bob Peoehl

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Today in the History Of Literature

On August 9, 1854, Henry David Thoreau’s Walden was first published. There are 144 days left in this year.  What will you publish??  

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Lighthouse Writers’ Retreat

Grand Lake is a darling town and I’ve enjoyed several visits here.  So of course I thought I knew all about it when I arrived Sunday afternoon.  (I should pause here to say that I drove from Pinewood Springs 60miles … Continue reading

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