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Lost Innocence Audiobook

Share0 SharesMy first audiobook! “Lost Innocence” was a narrative I wrote for an anthology of true crime stories in the Twentieth Century. My story tells of the Marcia Trimble murder, which shook Nashville to its core in 1975 and was … Continue reading

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Memoir of Flood in 2 Bridges Review

Share0 SharesExcited to see my memoir of the epic flood of 2010: “What We Keep, What We Throw Away,” published in 2 Bridges Review! This was Caroline and Luke’s front yard.   What We Keep, What We Throw Away 2 … Continue reading

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Back from Ireland

Share0 SharesI’m back after spending most of the month of May teaching in Ireland. What an incredible experience! My students, who came from several Tennessee colleges, were some of the most creative students I’ve ever worked with. Ireland is a land … Continue reading

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Read “A Fond Farewell to Davis-Kidd”

Share0 SharesIn her examiner.com article, Paige Crutcher has compiled comments from several Nashville authors about Davis-Kidd’s closing. Clearly, there is a lot of emotion about this.  I was in Green Hills tonight, and it is sad to see the “Store Closing” sign above the … Continue reading

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Homesick After SFB

Share0 SharesSomeone – one of those wonderful “former” members of the Nashville Writers Alliance who came back to attend our panel at the Southern Festival of Books – expressed the feeling about leaving everyone after the weekend.  He said he was homesick. … Continue reading

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