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Susan Wittig Albert
Big event in a small town
Imagine the excitement this week when morning commuters on their way to Austin saw 22 cars of an empty freight...
In bloom this week: pecan trees
Our pecan trees are flowering. You may not have ever seen a pecan tree in bloom, but without these flowers...
Giveaway! Last Chance Olive Ranch
Giveaway! A copy of China's 25th mystery. Go here to enter through April 16. This weekend, I'm at the Wildflower...
Guest post and a review/recipe
China Bayles is celebrating her 25th birthday this week! One of the events is an interview over at Writers Who...
Twenty-five Years: China Bayles and Friends
The creek is friskier this year than we've seen it in a long while. It's fed by a small (18-acre)...
Hummingbirds are here
The first hummingbirds arrived last week, as the Gulf winds shifted to strong, warm southerlies and brought the birds up...
Telegraph Cottage: Ike's Hideaway
For me, the setting of a book is always one of its most important elements. Setting--particularly real, historic setting--embodies characters....
In bloom this week: Indian paintbrush
The paintbrush are splashing color across the green meadows this week, waiting for the arrival of the first hummingbirds. The...
Loving Eleanor Shortlisted for the Ben Franklin Award!
I'm delighted to report that Loving Eleanor has been shortlisted for the Ben Franklin Award in the LGBT category. This...
In Bloom This Week: Primrose--and some thoughts on history
Our spring-green grass is brightened this week by the lovely lemon bloom of the Missouri evening primrose (Oenthera macrocarpa) that...
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