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Bibliophile’s Collective Tuesday – Reading on the Deck & Author Correspondence

May 18, 2021
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We enjoyed warm temperatures and sunshine this weekend, so I took advantage on Sunday afternoon to not only clean out the old planters and pots ready to plant, but also to delve into my current read – Latitudes of Melt. It is a wonderful story of life in Newfoundland’s southern shore and a mystery of a foundling. Folklore, magic and mystery always draw me to a story.

When I finished The Bar Harbor Retirement Home for Famous Writers by Terry-Lynne DeFino, I messaged her asking if she would love to have such a place to live. This is her answer:

Terri-Lynne answered: I would 100% retire to the Pen if it existed. You don’t know how many times I’ve looked longingly through Zillow, at Bed and Breakfasts up in Maine, thinking, “If only…”
Sister writers and I do take a beach house once a year; our own writer’s commune. Only a week! But a small slice of heaven. Thanks for writing!
Terri-Lynne

It is always such a treat to connect to the author of a book you have loved reading. If you ever want to ask me anything please do through this blog’s contact page.

Have you ever contacted an author and received a reply?

I have a personal letter from Stephen King above my writing desk, it is very precious to me as you can imagine.

I was a guest on Diane Bator’s blog – read the interview here: https://dbator.blogspot.com/2021/05/mandy-eve-barnett-talks-about.html?fbclid=IwAR0jZNgK5BIha789tUj8kxYD_f0twN9xgfsFg3qyVmtCYgthom2X900p9ag

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