Tag Archive: Vie Hebdomadaires

The fifty-first writer on the blog is…

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  The fifty-first writer on Vie Hebdomadaires is Jeremy Webb. …..Jeremy is currently working as an English teacher in Changwon, South Korea.  Hailing originally from Cisco, Texas, tales of his adventures, no matter… Continue reading

Basketball and Other Buried Dreams

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If I wasn’t already living my dream as an author (and also not 30-something years old with a husband, a mortgage and two kids), I’d want to be shootin’ hoops and knocking it down with the… Continue reading

Don’t Judge Others Before Walking in Their Shoes

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My dear father-in-law once told me the story of when he hosed down his youngest son out of frustration during a potty-training session gone awry. Amid everyone’s amusement at what has now become… Continue reading

Once Upon a Father

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Tragedy. It will happen sooner or later to each of us, to greater or lesser degrees. And when it does, you can either let it suffocate you in a perceptual state of self-pity, bitterness and sorrow – or… Continue reading

True Artists Pay No Mind to What You Think

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Since the release of my novel, LITTLE 15, in January, I have received a tremendous response – albeit emotional at times – from readers and reviewers alike. The reactions that have struck me most, however, have come… Continue reading