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2022: Prose Colored Glasses Author, Pam Courtney

Our author today is new to the Enid Writers Club and is quickly making a name for herself. She is an excellent writer, as you can see in her piece in the anthology, https://www.amazon.com/Prose-Colored-Glasses-Enid-Writers/dp/B0BD2BK1T9/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1H328Q2XURJKJ&keywords=prose+colored+glasses+book+enid+writers+club&qid=1669148845&sprefix=%2Caps%2C407&sr=8-1 and she is a great volunteer … Continue reading

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2022: Prose Colored Glasses Author, Martha Draper

This week I am interviewing Martha Draper, long time member and Vice President of the Enid Writer’s Club. Martha has pieces in the club’s anthology, Prose Colored Glasses https://www.amazon.com/Prose-Colored-Glasses-Enid-Writers/dp/B0BD2BK1T9/ref=sr_1_1?crid=NBHSCUPC8MMN&keywords=prose+colored+glasses+book+enid+writers+club&qid=1668795198&sprefix=prose+colored%2Caps%2C329&sr=8-1. You can check out her writing there.  But first let’s get … Continue reading

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2022: Prosed Colored Glasses Author, Dan Biby

To celebrate my writing club’s diamond anniversary and publication of our anthology, I wanted to interview the authors of the book, Prose Colored Glasses. Today’s author is Dan Biby and his work is in the book, Prose Colored Glasses Prose … Continue reading

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2022: Prose Colored Glasses Author, Paula Benge

I once again have a brave author from the Enid Writing Club who has come forward to be interviewed. My writing club, the Enid Writers Club, will be 100 years old January 6, 2023, and the interviews are part of … Continue reading

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2022: Prose Colored Glasses Author, James C. Arnold

My writing club, the Enid Writers Club, will be 100 years old January 6, 2023. We have accomplished a few things in celebration of this event and one of them is to publish an anthology. We gave each author a … Continue reading

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2022: It’s Almost Halloween!

It’s almost Halloween and time for a little spookiness. I wrote a novella a few years ago that was set in Vermont during the fall at a quaint inn. Penny is running away from something or maybe running to something … Continue reading

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2022: Writing Workshops and BS&T

Yesterday was full of fun! I started the morning with a workshop hosted by the Enid Writers Club. We had 3 dynamic speakers: Stephen Jones, John T. Biggs, and Rilla Askew. There were about 35 people in attendance at St. … Continue reading

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2022: Cherokee Stroll and Fall Festival

Happy fall! It has finally cooled off in Oklahoma and we are hoping for some rain. But the temperatures are wonderful. Sweater weather has arrived. And with it come fall festivities. Yesterday I set up with my books at the … Continue reading

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2022: Sonoma!

I did a girl thing this week—a mother/daughter/cousin thing. And we had so much fun! My daughter and I flew to Oakland, California and stayed at my cousin’s daughter’s (would she be a cousin or second cousin?) house and then … Continue reading

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2022: Yoga

When my first child was two years old, I enrolled in a yoga class at the local church. They had continuing education classes and that seemed like a good idea for a stressed-out mother of a two-year-old. And I loved … Continue reading

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