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Thread Count by Terri Kirby Erickson (Me, as a Child Poetry Series)

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for my mother
by Terri Kirby Erickson

My mother hung wet sheets to dry from a rope
that stretched between two poles in our backyard, 421 more words



Oh how I needed this book! I know, it’s been waiting for my attention a bit longer than it should have, but I was truly grateful for Desirable once I got to it. 157 more words


Taking in the Wash by Sonja Johanson (Me, as a Child Poetry Series)

Taking in the Wash
by Sonja Johanson

It is summer, and I am seven.
My mother is still young. We
are in the near field, the one… 223 more words


Photo Op by Alina Borger (Me, as a Child Poetry Series)

Photo Op
by Alina Borger

The first time she wore a dress her
mom had not made, her brother sat across
from her at their little picnic table, 330 more words


Shakespeare Piece of the Day: King John (04/21/15)

Taken from the Complete Works of William Shakespeare

King John



SCENE III. The field of battle.

Alarums. Enter KING JOHN and… 440 more words


Top Ten Tuesday: Authors

As always, T10T is hosted by the phenomenal femmes over at The Broke and The Bookish!

This was so hard, y’all. And again, this would be totally different on another day. 51 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

Do you judge a book by its cover? Part Two

My guest today is Anita B. Carroll, the wonderful lady who designed the new cover for my novel, The Wind Weeps. Anita will explain what is involved in designing book covers and if you are in the market for a book cover, you can’t go wrong by checking out her qualifications, her portfolio, and her very reasonable prices. 679 more words