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Mardi Gras

      It’s time for Mardi Gras. For many of you (and me, as well, until a few years ago), Mardi Gras holds little meaning. When I moved to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, not only was I thrust into the warmest, … Continue reading

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New Year, New Resolutions

I don’t make resolutions. That is, to me, like walking around with ribbons tied too tightly around my fingers. I can’t get rid of them, or the emotional pain, without accomplishing what it takes to be able to remove them. … Continue reading

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Pennyroyal Christmas

It’s the perfect time of year to enjoy a visit to #Ruthorford. Join Kateri Chance, now a famous sculptor, when she returns to a place she just couldn’t forget and runs into the man that caused her to leave in … Continue reading

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Georgia Writers’ Alliance

I am part of the Georgia Writers’ Alliance. We are fortunate to have Newnan Pharmacy as our friend. They let us hold our meetings there (and selflessly provide refreshments) and they carry our books for sale. At our last meeting, … Continue reading

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The Ghost Walker

THE GHOST WALKER by Shanon Grey “Hush!” he shushed the girl beside him. They knelt behind the massive oak in Ruthorford’s private cemetery. It was late. It was cold. His hands felt like ice. He glanced down at his best … Continue reading

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Being Haunted

What is the most haunted place you have visited? Or lived in? For me, it was, ironically, the most modern of townhouses. My husband and I were young, in love, but broke, living in a rundown little house we’d rented … Continue reading

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The Incredible McIntosh Fall Festival and Pow-wow

The McIntosh Reserve Park is over 500 acres dedicated to primitive camping to keep the park as natural as possible. It is exquisite. Framed by the Chattahoochee River, with large trees and massive granite outcroppings, as well as natural meadows, … Continue reading

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McIntosh Fall Festival and Pow-wow

Happy Fall Y’all! Shanon Grey will be at the McIntosh Fall Festival and Pow-wow, Site #6, 10-5, Saturday and Sunday, Whitesburg, GA. This is my first time participating in the Fall Festival and I’ve heard it’s a wonderful event. Such … Continue reading

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Hurricane Irma

Irma’s turn is anticipated any time now. Although I am outside of Atlanta, and many evacuees have headed here, she is determined to come this way. So, like I haven’t had to do since I left the Gulf Coast, I … Continue reading

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AJC Decatur Book Festival

It looks like we are going to have good weather for the Decatur Book Festival after all. I’ll be there both Saturday and Sunday, ready to discuss Ruthorford, where science and magic merge, and nothing is as it seems. If … Continue reading

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