Monthly Archives: November 2011

Asking Yourself Questions

Most writers (I’d venture to say “all” but that may sound a bit extreme) question themselves regularly – maybe constantly.  Fellow writer Mark whom I met at the Taos Writers’ Conference in July of 2011, is asking a couple of … Continue reading

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Arthur Collins and a Cast of Thousands

Micah Last night at Read, Write & Brew, Aurora author Linda Pilkington put on a variety show that enthralled kids and entertained adults.  Musical trio The Meadowlarks provided live music that helped create the atmosphere and Mistress of Ceremonies Micah … Continue reading

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Women Authors to Read

When women get together they talk about all kinds of things but at some point, the conversation almost always turns to the subject of aging.  It happens to all of us but certainly not at the same time nor with … Continue reading

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Arthur Collins and the Three Wishes

On November 28th, Linda Pilkington and a whole cast of characters will host a multi-faceted program about Arthur Collins and the Three Wishes. This is a young adult novel based on the King Arthur legend and it deals with how … Continue reading

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Mari’s Compelling Life Story

Maria Sutton (everyone calls her Mari) talked last night about her life story and how she came to write her book, The Night Sky.  As Hitler began his takeover of Europe, he rounded up not only the Jews but also … Continue reading

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T-shirt Philosophy – or Warning?

I just saw a t-shirt that says: “Be Careful or you will end up in my NOVEL” As we say in the South, I have got to get me one of them!  

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