Sunday, October 27, 2013

Neat Picture

I was searching through my picture files and I ran across this wonderful shot that I'd forgotten about. Don't know who took it, so sorry about not giving you credit, but it was from the Hillbilly Formal banquet for OWL a couple of years ago. Mary Horner and her husband are the couple on the left, and myself and Delois McGrew are the odd pair on the right. What a night we had. Delois was president the year this picture was taken. I was her VP. The banquet was a success. And I believe that Delois is wearing the infamous "red cowboy" boots. This is the one and only night she wore them...and they hurt her feet...perfect justice. She tried to outbid me at the May auction the spring before. She won, her feet were too big, the rest is history. The boots now rest on my shelf by my desk for inspiration when trying my best to write a western story.
I know this has nothing to do with writing, except for the fact that the picture was taken at an Ozarks Writers League event, but I think I'll hunt through my picture files every few days so I can dance down memory lane more often.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Pam Foster in Eureka Springs

High Hill Press author, Pamela Foster, is teaching a workshop at the Village Writing School in Eureka Springs, Arkansas this coming week-end. Pam's novel, Redneck Goddess, is a great story with southern charm and Latin lovers. Bigfoot Blues is a steamy walk through romance set in the Bigfoot Country of the rainforests and mountains of our great Northwest.
Pam's skills are evident in her writing. It's obvious by reading her work, that she knows the craft. Go to Pam's blog, or to The Village Writing School Facebook page to find more information. And if you are in Eureka, look them up.

Read About Pamela Foster
Village Writing School in Eureka Springs, Arkansas