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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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Clarence King and Ada Copeland. The Trial.


No, this is not Franz Kafka.  That’s a different trial.  In 1933, Ada Copeland Todd King, sued her deceased husband, Clarence King‘s executors. Her allegation was her husband had a large estate and it was being kept from her.  She … 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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Moonlight and Magnolias from My Silly Take on It.


Cause that’s the way I roll, lol!  (Also the fact that Monty Python has ruined my life)… For starters, I was glad to make it to y’alls conference.  I take the bus to work in Tucson, and was taking my … Continue reading

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Georgia on My Mind


I mentioned Athens, Georgia and the University of Georgia in my previous post, Uncle Drac. I’ve been to Savannah and have driven Interstate 95 along the coast to Florida. This week, I am going to Decatur, Georgia, (the county seat … Continue reading

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Uncle Drac


Uncle Drac’s real name was Ioan Motoc (God rest his soul).   I met him for the first time when the Communist government of Romania’s Nicolae Ceausescu allowed him to visit the United States to work on chemical research. The … Continue reading

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