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E-Book Is Here! Print Edition Coming Soon!

    Kindle Edition and Print Edition Trouble Down South and Other Stories is a collection of historical fiction chronicling events spanning more than 150 years and addressing a wide range of experiences from African-American perspectives.  The collection of stories is … Continue reading

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Maureen Sherbondy–Guest Author

I had the pleasure of meeting in person a lovely author, Maureen Sherbondy, at a book reading she held at Wilson Community College.  As Editor of the College’s literary magazine, the Wilson Literary Review, I seek out regional authors and … Continue reading

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Patricia Neely-Dorsey–Interview with an Author (Part Two)

  Facebook fans of Patricia Neely-Dorsey, please click over to the Trouble Down South and Other Stories  Facebook page and LIKE this post after reading this interview.  This is Part Two of the interview with Neely-Dorsey. If you had to do it all … Continue reading

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Patricia Neely-Dorsey–Interview with an Author (Part One)

Facebook fans of Patricia Neely-Dorsey, please click over to the Trouble Down South and Other Stories  Facebook page and LIKE this post after reading this interview.  This interview will be posted in two parts as Neely-Dorsey has a lot to say about her … Continue reading

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Building a Writing Platform

Celebrities, political figures, athletes, and movie stars all have a built-in platform.  What is a platform?  It is a method or tool to promote yourself, your business, your brand, your book, etc.  These people are fortunate in that they do … Continue reading

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The Nicest Rejection Letter–Have You Received One?

I received the nicest rejection letter from the editor of a literary magazine, Umbrella Factory Magazine, informing me that my fiction piece would not be accepted for publication.  I must say receiving this kind of rejection letter was a welcomed … Continue reading

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