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I Came to Dance

Greetings, readers. It is good to be back after a long absence. It appears I’m on my own road to indigo, having moved recently from the Northwest to Southern Louisiana. “You’re living your novel,” one friend observed. She’s right in … Continue reading

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The Road to Indigo, a poem by Margaret Simon

Originally posted on Reflections on the Teche:
Join the Tuesday Slice of Life Me with Sandy Sarr at a local restaurant. I enjoy connecting with new people online. I met Sandy Sarr through a mutual friend. Our friend thought we…

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Tria Reed: The Writing Process Blog Tour

I am posting Tria’s contribution to The Writing Process Blog Tour since her Website is geared for other purposes.  Now, here’s Tria! My thanks to Sandra Sarr for inviting me to participate in The Writing Process Blog Tour. I met Sandy in … Continue reading

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THE WRITING PROCESS BLOG TOUR

I thank fellow Northwest Institute of Literary Arts alumna, friend, and talented writer Janet Buttenwieser for inviting me to participate in The Writing Process Blog Tour. You can read her responses to the same questions I answer below at http://janetbuttenwieser.com/2014/03/25/the-writing-process-blog-tour/ Continue reading

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Live oak in Southern Louisiana

Soon I will return to the lush landscape where my novel is set.

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Notes on a Winter Morning

I’m in my writing room writing.  It’s 16 degrees outside and I’ve been nursing my furnace through one more season, please, using notes and a metal tool.  My life is rich and uncertain.  I live a writing life.  Rich.  I … Continue reading

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I’m Here

While in Florida this week, I decided to take a spontaneous side trip to Frostproof to see for the first time the lake-rimmed farm town where my stepfather, Wallace Reese, came of age. I grew up hearing his stories about … Continue reading

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