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The Town I live In

The Town I Live In
By Tita Rodriguez Parra

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Tita experiences a lot of happy times in her young life and teenage years; however, you will feel your heart beating rapidly when she reveals some bad choices that could have cost her her life more than once. Continue reading “The Town I live In”

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SBW TalkBooks Interview of Liz Newman

Originally posted on Chess Desalls:

The New Orleans WaySBW TalkBooks chose a mainstream romance novel, The New Orleans Way by Liz Newman, as its September group read. The club had a chance to grab copies of the book right before it went out of print. During a live Q&A, author and SBW member, Liz Newman, discussed her story, writing habits, and thoughts behind the book’s sudden disappearance. Read on for a recap of her interview.

SBW TalkBooks Interview of Liz Newman

Shopping at Joanne’s

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt:
“Imagine All the People.”

The next time you’re in a public place — a coffeehouse, a park, a store — observe the people around you. Pick a person, a couple, or a group, and imagine what their lives might be like.

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Fly Me to the Moon

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Take Me to the Moon.”

“Fly me to the moon and let me play amoung the stars,” Continue reading “Fly Me to the Moon”

Adding Chess’ Post to Valerie’s Blog

Say you are a writer, who was recently interviewed by a local writing club. And the interview was posted online. Nice, free publicity. How would you get it to show up on your blog? Continue reading “Adding Chess’ Post to Valerie’s Blog”

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My Collection of Blogs

Writersjacket and lindyjuddfolio on wordpress.com, lmjudd on issuu.com, lindyjudd on wattpad.com, and editbuddy on blogspot.com are my blogs that contain most of my writings.

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I’ve been in a hole for such along time, I mean about not knowing my relatives and having someone outside my immediate family to turn to

Source: 2009 Family Picnic

Caring for the artist’s needs. Tossing back and forth to find the balance within.

Guest post: David Tripp

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