Category Archives: unique

Take My Advice. Or Not.

Posted by M. K. (Kathy) Waller *********************** If you read the October 15th post on my personal blog, you know my husband’s video “Invisible Men Invade Earth” won 1st place ~ Judges’ Pick at the What the Fest (hosted by … Continue reading

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‘Singletree’ brings Old West to life

I’ve been reading a western novel, Singletree, for the last few weeks. The more chapters I read, the more I find myself thinking about some of the bloggers on the Wild Wranglers And Warriors, the ones who call Wyoming and … Continue reading

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Happy Friday the 13th

By S. J. Brown Friday the 13th is touted to be the unluckiest day of the year. 2017 has two Friday the 13th’s, does that make it an unlucky year? Does Friday the 13th scare you? Since Halloween is just … Continue reading

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Have you ever rode the rails?

Have you ever rode a long journey on a train? It’s a blast. My love for the train goes way back to my grandpa who had been an engineer for the Milwaukee Road and drove the Hiawatha from Minneapolis to … Continue reading

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False or Healthy Pride?

by Neva Bodin When my precocious daughter was four, she decided she could ride my old bike which was designed for a seven or eight year old. Tall for her age, people meeting her for the first time thought she … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on History

Post by Doris McCraw I’m in the midst of writing a novel due to be released in January. I’m also writing a paper for the library districts history symposium. Additionally, I’m thinking of taking the nanowrimo challenge this November.  So … Continue reading

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This post is by Nancy Jardine. Authors are often quoted as having the most amazing imagination but I’m not always sure that’s an instinctive attribute for all writers. Personally speaking, I need a little bit of help to kick start … Continue reading

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Hoping for good sales for my Civil War novel…

It’s been one day since Blessed Shadows Dark And Deep went live. For potential readers I provided links to websites selling the Civil War novel. Did I get any sales over the last 24 hours? I know there’s lots of … Continue reading

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Fellowship, Family, & Friends

This post by Gayle M. Irwin This is my last post (for now, at least!) with this wonderful group of writers… and people. Since this is the week my parents are visiting, and also when I’ve spent time with wonderful … Continue reading

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Friends are Great by Cher’ley

  This Blog by Cher’ley Grogg Del and I had a wonderful visit with a fellow WW&W, Mike Staton. I don’t know what his plans for the day were but he reminded me of this poem by Robert Frost: A … Continue reading

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