Work-in-Progress? Anthology #4!

What’s Next? Yesterday I spoke (virtually on a Zoom webinar) to the Women’s Association of Hilton Head Island. Near the…

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Black History Month: Reflections (and a reading list) from a White Southern Woman

Black History Month is almost half over. But it’s not too late to do some reading to educate, awaken, or…

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A Room of Her Own

Not a bad gig for a writer I hope you’ve enjoyed hearing from many other authors during this time of…

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More Southern Writers in Isolation

Coastal Alabama Authors Check In A couple of weeks ago I did a post with entries from three authors who…

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MORE Authors in Isolation

What, and How Are They Doing? For the past two weeks I’ve posted entries from 13 authors who contributed essays…

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The Virgin of Prince Street

Expeditions into Devotion I fell in love with Sonja Livingston the first time I met her. That was back in…

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Tell Me a Story

Pat Conroy, Angels, and Golden Bridges Whenever I speak at a bookstore or library about one of my books, someone…

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