Author Rodeo Roundup in images

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Author Rodeo Roundup in images

Author Rodeo Roundup in images

Author Rodeo Roundup has come and gone. I am very excited to say it was a total hit for me. I made some new friends and sold some books as well as slaying a big dragon for me. Public speaking. It meant so much to me for others to tell me that they enjoyed my speech. I am such an introvert that it was a major undertaking to get up there with my knees knocking. But ultimately, I just told my story, in the hopes that it encouraged others. It’s hard to mess up telling your own story, the one

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Event today: Author Rodeo Roundup

Event today: Author Rodeo Roundup

Today is one of my events listed on the events page, the Author Rodeo Roundup, and I am pretty excited about it. I love live events where I get to meet other readers and writers and published authors and such.  There is no better feeling than being in front of a crowd of rapt listeners. If you have been following my blog, you know that I have interviewed a couple of the guests who will be there. I am really excited to be able to meet them as well. Today’s fun will be at the R C Pugh Library on

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Interview with Chad Martin, author, publisher

PODCAST Interview with Chad Martin Chad Martin Chad Martin is the co-owner of Laurel Rose Publishing and co-author of the Loralai Ledbetter series of books for children. Chad was my guest on a podcast (audio only) interview recently and here are a few of the things we discussed: How he got started in writing and publishing What Laurel Rose Publishing can do for authors in this DIY world How helping authors trumps making money What a potential author has to do to get published by Laurel Rose Publishing What Laurel Rose Publishing does in editing and art Author Rodeo Roundup,

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Interview with Merle Temple, author of A Ghostly Shade of Pale

Interview with Merle Temple, author of A Ghostly Shade of Pale

Recently, I met with Merle Temple at his book signing in Tupelo MS. He is one of the most captivating people I have had the privilege to speak with, and I am honored to post his interview here on my site. He is a former Author Rodeo Roundup member and we will sorely miss him this year. Thank you, Merle, for allowing me to post your interview and images. MEET MERLE TEMPLE Merle Temple I came of age in the South in the 50s and 60’s, and write about what I know. Living three or four lives in one lifetime

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