Tag Archives: East Texas

“Fiction Jail”

Last time, I talked about the dogwoods inspiring my current fiction series. Well… I need to let you know that I’m going to spend April in jail. But not that kind of jail. No, really… that was research. A tour, … Continue reading

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Dogwood Fever

This weekend is right in the middle of Palestine, Texas’ Dogwood Festival, scheduled around the lovely little trees’ top blooming window. When I actually lived in Palestine as a kid, I didn’t especially appreciate the city. I just lived there, … Continue reading

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Field Trip!

Well, I’m happy to report that some good came of those dreadful early-March “snow days” of cabin fever and peach-tree panic. Trapped in the house with nothing to do except either polish the silver[plated] salad tongs and candlesticks, or stop … Continue reading

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Okay, I’ll Share my Hidden Gem

Important Notice to my Texas Readers: IF YOU ARE DRIVING AROUND EAST TEXAS AND SEE THIS BUILDING, STOP! PARK THE CAR, GO INSIDE AND EAT. Yeah, this rustic-looking building in little ol’ Murchison. Who’d-a thought? If I sound surprised, it … Continue reading

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