Category Archives: Georgia

More on Interracial Romance


Moonlight and Magnolias 2014 Talk Writing Interracial Romance   This is the blurb.   I had a lot of interest a couple of days ago so figured I would post this. Also click on Roni Loren for her article in … Continue reading

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Writing Interracial Romance


Interracial Romance Shewanda Pugh, Michael Charton   Writing interracial romance doesn’t have to be intimidating. This workshop will focus on best practices, pitfalls to avoid, and tips for researching and writing in this increasingly popular sub-genre. The first paragraph is … Continue reading

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The New Yankee Invasion.


“What in the world?” Scarlett cried angrily.  She pointed a well manicured finger at the frozen fountain in front of her house.  “It’s soooooo cold.  How can this be?” Rhett rolled his eyes.  (Well, married to Scarlett somedays, it’s a … Continue reading

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American Football Team Choices


Baseball is the sport I was raised with.  I was around people who followed football, but it wasn’t followed in the home I grew up in. The team I followed in childhood was the New York Jets.  Ah, the days … Continue reading

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Robert E. Lee for Writers.


I was reading a book about using Robert E. Lee for business.  The theme was making do with limited resources, but also being honorable. Well, I came up with an idea.  What about for writers?  Taking his life and its … Continue reading

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Antoinette Tuff


You didn’t think anyone could write anymore about Antoinette Tuff.  I wasn’t going to, but will now. I have good memories of Decatur, Georgia and my attending the Moonlight and Magnolia Writers conference in 2011.  I was saddened by what … Continue reading

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Stories from the Road to Freedom on History Channel


Stories on the Road to Freedom; sounds like motorcycles on Route 66 doesn’t it?  If this is what you thought, you are wrong. Ronda Racha Penrice wrote African American History for Dummies.  That’s where I first heard of her and … Continue reading

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