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There are many more wonderful independent bookstores than I can mention here. But the point is, the economy is tough. So do yourself a favor. But if not, no worries. Such a fun event! I had all day Friday to wander around Jacksonville, and those smarty-pants library folks even provided me with a junk itinerary which sent me to the Avonlea Antique Mall, where I picked up a trio of cool old black and white beach snapshots to add to my collection, and then to Five Points, where I browsed Five Points Antiques and Fans and Stoves, both great little antique shops.
After a quick turn on the dance floor—told you those Jax folks know how to party—it was off to a dinner with a bevy of New York Times bestselling authors, lead by Steve and Liz Berry, and including my new friends Andrew Gross , Chris Bohjalian and Michael Palmer. They even taught me the NYT bestseller secret handshake. On the way back to Tybee Saturday night, I took a quick detour to St.
The thing is, there were no monumental blog topics to put my arms around. We spent the weekend at The Breeze Inn, joined by two couples who are old friends.
It was a cold, mostly gray weekend. We managed to watch the Tybee Mardi Gras parade, which was a hoot. Silly but sweet, just like our guys. Beach chair brigade struts stuff at Tybee Mardi Gras parade. Dataw Island book club member and door prize winner.
No dice games this time, we just drew names for the door prize. After spending the night on the island, I headed back for Tybee, but not before making a quick stop at a yard sale I spotted. I scored an adorable pair of bamboo twin headboards for peanuts, and quickly added them to my booth at Seaside Sisters. Chefs from some of the best restaurants on Hilton Head offered their yummiest dishes for an Iron Chef competition, and eight authors—including myself, my friend Patty Callahan Henry, and lots of others, signed books.
About Mary Kay
All the proceeds went to the Low Country Literacy Volunteers. A first novel by Beth Hoffman, this is the story of year-old Cecelia Rose Honeycutt, who has been the caretaker for her mother, a psychotic former beauty queen. Odell, the widow lady who lives across the street. Pam also happens to be married to the brilliant and dashing Stuart Krichevsky, who is my literary agent.
So you know she has impeccable taste, both in books and husbands. Also on my nightstand these days is a new memoir by a former colleague from my days at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Her tales of starting a weekly newspaper on St. Hers is a clear-eyed but affectionate look at a region she loves. Which brings me to the third new book on my bedside table. This past Sunday dawned sunny and beautiful. Pink tulips by the front door, pink quince blossoms on the sideboard, a big silver punch bowl full of pink hydrangeas on the dining room table and antique silver christening cups full of pink roses scattered around the house. And a very pink-cheeked, radiant little girl named Molly who was christened into our faith. The star of the day, Miss Molly, seemed to know it was an important occasion.
She laughed and cooed and gurgled all day long, allowing many, many kisses and admiring looks. It will be a family keepsake, and Molly was honored to be the first to wear it. Katie and Kristin and Carolyn, the third member of their best-friend trio have been friends since parochial school days. Pius X high school for the past many years. Mary Kay and I spent an enjoyable couple of hours planting our annual crop of tomatoes, peppers, herbs and potted palms and annuals in our small suburban yard.
Wandering around in the territory of imagination without my GPS.
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It was a fun combination of public events and private torture, er, writing time. Then it was back to work on Tybee. The first week at the beach, I plunged headfirst back into the book. And I also wanted to be able to send those pages off to my new editor for her feedback. I did take one minute beach walk, and another couple brief bike rides, but for the most part, it was a productive work week. Although, yeah, I did get burnt out on writing one day. Somehow, I managed to spend more time choosing which flavor Italian soda to buy at World Plus than I did at the mattress store.
Writers retreat at The Breeze Inn And then, it was time to buckle back down to work. We missed absent members Kathy Munger and Bren Witchger, but boy did we buckle down to work. But work comes first! Our schedule usually follows a pretty set routine. We write down our concrete writing goals for the day,—for instance, a plot point reached, or a page or word count achieved, and if anybody has an issue or problem with the work in progress, they ask for some brainstorming.
The brainstorming is such a tremendous help! Not wanting to waste valuable work time by going out to dinner, we usually eat in, with each member taking turns supplying soup, stew, casserole, ect. The interesting thing this time around was that we were all at different stages of a WIP— work in progress.
Margaret is just starting her next mystery. Diane is facing a May deadline. Alex was mid-book and also starting to plot out her next book, Sarah was turning an old screenplay into a new novel, and I was mid-book, facing a summer deadline. By Friday night, we were ready for a celebratory dinner out—at Sundae Cafe.
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