Tag Archives: Southern Writers Magazine

Marie Moore Author Guest at Luncheon

In this new adventure, travel agent Sidney Marsh has her job on the line as she and her irrepressible colleague Jay Wilson escort an international collection of the rich and near-famous on a merry chase through mystical northern India and … Continue reading

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Do We Need Critics?

Gary Fearon, Creative Director for Southern Writers Magazine,  is our guest poster today. He has a few things to say about critiquing. We can learn a lot from art class. And there’s a fair amount we’d be wise to forget. … Continue reading

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Friday’s Author-Lisa Wingate

Lisa Wingate’s books hold positions on many bestseller lists, both in the United States and internationally. She skillfully weaves lyrical writing and unforgettable Southern settings with elements of women’s fiction, history, and mystery to create stories that Publisher’s Weekly calls “Masterful” … Continue reading

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Friday’s Author and Book Report-Sandra Balzo

Small Towns-Big Crimes. That’s Sandra Balzo. She’s a master of creating small towns and infusing crimes in her stories, which makes it perfect reading for a mystery buff like me. Once I start her books, my family knows immediately that … Continue reading

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Does Sorry Cut It?

I have been away from blogging for quite sometime, and I am sorry. I missed this, and one of the reasons is because it was such a great way to practice honing my writing skills. Does Sorry cut it? I … Continue reading

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