Category Archives: Jackson McCullough

The Legend of Dixie Dandelion

My fire-fighting friend, Gypsy Jan posted this picture on her blog,  (Jan Morrill’s Thoughts Over Coffee.  It was inspired from a real-life experience that hit close to home for Dixie.Over 150 years ago, Dixie Dandelion fought a similar battle.  Here … Continue reading

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Dixie’s got a Gun

 Writers know characters popup anytime and anywhere.  For example, my newest character, Dixie Dandelion, came to me when I was getting a haircut.  Maybe chopping off some of my thick, curly mane allowed smothered brain cells to breathe again. Perhaps … Continue reading

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