Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Good Week

It was a good week for the novel last week.  On Monday, I contacted the agent at Inkwell in NYC to tell her that I used her comments as inspiration and have been working on my novel.  I’ve attended a … Continue reading

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Representing Lighthouse

If you make a purchase in Jefferson County, CO, a tiny percentage of each penny you spend goes to the Scientific and Cultural Funding District (SCFD).  Any not-for-profit organization in JeffCo can apply for funds from this pool.  This year, … Continue reading

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Long Man’s Story Reaches Into Lives and Hearts

Amy Greene tells the story of a river “…the Cherokees who once lived on its shores had called it Long Man, with his head in the mountains and his feet in the lowlands.”  It’s long, this river and it not … Continue reading

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The Long Man and Amy Greene

The Golden Book selection this year is The Long Man by Amy Greene.  It is the sweet, tender story of life in a mountainous area of Tennessee and the people whose way of life will change forever when the Tennessee … Continue reading

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“Hi, I’m Cheryl.”

I was standing in the foyer at Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver, talking to Rick Devlin, when a blonde woman came in.  She stuck out her hand and said, “Hi, I’m Cheryl.”  Rick and I each introduced ourselves and shook … Continue reading

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