Teresa

Author's details

Name: Teresa Brown
Date registered: August 29, 2008
URL: http://telliottbrown.com

Latest posts

  1. Songs About Writing — September 11, 2014
  2. I’m No Pioneer Woman, but I Write About One — September 6, 2014
  3. Oh, Magic Google, What’s for dinner? — June 22, 2009
  4. Happy Father’s Day — June 20, 2009
  5. Tiny Birds and Other Fragile Things — June 9, 2009

Most commented posts

  1. A Tale of Three Pillows–Conclusion — 3 comments
  2. A Tale of Three Pillows — 1 comment
  3. Oh, Magic Google, What’s for dinner? — 1 comment
  4. Happy Father’s Day — 1 comment
  5. Tiny Birds and Other Fragile Things — 1 comment

Author's posts listings

May 29

Flash Fiction

After reading a wonderful Flash Fiction piece by  Sally Franklin Christie, I remembered how much I love this form of fiction for the extremely short attention span. In case you aren’t  familiar with the concept, Flash Fiction is a complete story with all the necessary elements: plot, characters, etc. contained in 1000 words or less. …

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May 22

A Tale of Three Pillows–Part II

The Three Pillows

  The girl grew into a woman, and she did travel. She journeyed by car, train, and by airplane. She went North and South. She went East and West. Her collection of travel treasures included trivets, towels, t-shirts. Sometimes she brought home salt and pepper shakers or postcards. Her shelf of memories contained a miniature …

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May 20

A Tale of Three Pillows

The Three Pillows

Once upon a time a young girl knelt on the floor beside her mother as the woman opened a deep wooden chest. Trembling with curiosity,  the girl leaned forward to see the treasures in the chest. A shimmer of gold beneath an old book caught her attention. “What is this, Mama?”  Mama laughed and tugged …

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May 19

Travel Serendipity–The Copper Penny Ranch, Tularosa, NM

Jonas gives Teresa tips on handling Storm

ser-en-dip-i-ty n The faculty of making fortunate discoveries by accident.  Perfect travel would always be serendipitous, don’t you think? A happy journey of sweet and memorable events?  Alas, travel is hardly ever perfect. Even the best laid plans fall victim to traffic jams, mechanical failures, operator error.  In April we took our new motor-coach on …

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Sep 12

Think About Entering RWA’s Golden Heart Contest, Part II

Today we’ll think about some of the reasons you may want to want to wait another year before entering the Golden Heart Contest. As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, the Romance Writer’s of America’s Golden Heart Contest is one of the biggest contests for yet-to-be published authors. It’s also one of the most expensive contests …

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Sep 10

Think About Entering RWA’s Golden Heart Contest

You know it’s almost fall when the kids head off to school and yet-to-be published writers begin to think about whether to enter Romance Writer’s of America’s Golden Heart Contest. This is the premier contest for us. If you final in this prestigious contest, your work has risen to top of about 2,200 entries. After …

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