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    Thinking,  Social Media,  Visiting Authors & Artists

    9 Greetings: A Weekly Tweet -er

    Greets, tweets! Remember how much we all looked forward to the Weekly Reader? Well here’s your Weekly Tweeter! Relax, I know that not all of you are on Twitter. I find it a pretty good way to satisfy my curiosity and to connect with new people and their thoughts. And, if you read something from someone you’d like to see more of try a Facebook search. Or Google. In any event,  it might be fun to share some tweets that have piqued my interest in the…

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    Social Media,  Thinking,  Visiting Authors & Artists

    5 Things About Me – TMI Tuesday

    While employed by others, I spent a lot of years maintaining strict boundaries and everyone’s privacy. In many of my work environs, it was not a good idea to become part of the story, and any information shared outside of the office qualified as TMI. So, as a highly introverted advocate-turned-author, one of the things I struggle with is how to connect online without sharing too much about myself. The idea of “TMI Tuesday” felt right, so, here’s my first attempt. (I hope the questions don’t…

  • E,  Visiting Authors & Artists,  Writing and Reading

    Nancy Blanton and The Prince of Glencurragh

    Today I’m happy to feature my talented friend and neighbor, Florida author Nancy Blanton. Her award-winning historical novels are set primarily in 17th century Ireland and her latest, The Prince of Glencurragh, (published in July 2016) has already won three awards and is a finalist for two others. I put on my interviewer hat to share about Nancy Blanton and her latest release. ## Nancy, what made you decide to focus on historical fiction? It is what I love to read. I like to learn as I…