Jun 29

Get To Know Alanna Lucas

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Hello again to Alanna Lucas. What’s your favorite season, Alanna? I love the fall- the weather has started to cool and the changes in nature are wonderful to see. My least favourite season is the summer- not a fan of the heat. What is the worst job you ever had? I taught high school for …

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Jun 22

Get to Know Dena Garson


  Please welcome today’s guest, Dena Garson. What do you like most about where you live now, Dena? The town I live in is a comfortable size. We have lots of choices for shopping so we no longer have to drive 30 minutes to get groceries or supplies. Yet most of the small-town appeal remains …

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Jun 15

Get To Know Jacqueline Seewald

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Please welcome Jacqueline Seewald. Where were you born, Jacqueline? Newark, NJ. What do you like most about where you live now? I never left NJ. I lived for many years in the central part of the state and really liked it. I now live at the Northern end overlooking the Hudson. We have a great view …

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Jun 08

Get to Know Reggi Allder

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Please say hello to my friend, colleague and critique partner, Reggi Allder. Hi Anna, thank you for having me. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to write. Even as a kid I told stories to my friends. It always surprised me when they listened and asked for more. I’ve lived in rural …

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Jun 01

Get to Know Mari Manning


A hearty welcome to author Mari Manning. Where were you born, Mari? Buffalo, NY What do you like most about where you live now? I live in Chicago, and there is so much to do. What’s your favorite season? Because I live in the Midwest, I have to say fall. It’s the best weather, which …

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May 25

Get To Know Jacquie Biggar


I am pleased to welcome my friend and critique partner, Jacquie Biggar. Should also add JABBIC winner! Tell us where were you born, Jacquie. A small town in west central Alberta, Canada. It was the kind of place where no one locked their doors and kids rode bikes up and down the neighborhood streets. Unfortunately, …

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