September 22, 2011
For Neely Kittredge, old memories only stir something in her heart she would rather not remember. Soon to emerge from my long dry pen, Neely's Season of Gold will tell such a story.
September 22, 2011
The Last Dragon A poem I wrote in reaction to how we treat our planet, will make the pages of the Absent Willow Review's October issue. Sadly this is the last issue for Absent Willow Review.
Be sure to stop by and leave then a message of thank you for a great ezine. Here is the URL. Absent Willow Review
September 20, 2011
My flash fiction Perry's Woman apears in the September issue of Ideagems. Why not stop by and pick up a copy.
It is available as an electronic offering for Kindle as well a in the print version from Magcloud.
Access my links page for a quick path to Ideagems and tell Laurie Notch that M.C. Elam sent you.
December 12, 2009
Hey, all you Texas folks living around Suphur Springs. Jerry W. Beare, Sr. is hanging out in the morning
at the Good News Bookstore where he will sign his new book, Parenting: A View from the Therapist's Chair.
If mornings don't work, he will be at Finders Keepers in the afternoon. Meet Jerry and pick up a signed first edition.
He'll make supporting material in the form of a parenting course complete with workbook and PowerPoint visual presentation available very soon.
And get this... he plans to offer the PowerPoint portion or the program free.
Mark July 18, 2008 on your Calendar:
If you are anywhere near the Lindenhof Hotel, Geesthacht, Germany at
7.00 p.m. be sure to stop in for the launching of Beate Boekerís
new romance novel, Wings to Fly. Beate will be there to
greet her friends and treat them to a reading. Congratulations,
Beate and keep writing. Nothing has given me greater pleasure
than helping you achieve your goal. Keep writing and remember that dreaded
A Sad Affair: On Tuesday, June 24, 2008 Bluechrome Publishing
announced that Deborah Reyís autobiography, Rachel Saraiís Vineyard,
has been withdrawn because of continual harassment of the author as
to itís authenticity. For Deborah, a fine writer and noble lady, I
can only wish the best. Bluechrome offers a refund to anyone who purchased
the book. I donít think any of us lucky enough to have a copy will ever
part with it. Best of luck Deborah and keep writing.