Category Archives: Jan Morrill

The Oneness

My writing buddy, Jan Morrill, aka Gypsy/Samurai Jan, has written the next New York Times Best Seller and Tony Award winning play, Broken Dolls.   Broken Dolls is a touching, powerful story about the treatment of Japanese/Americans during World War II … Continue reading

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The Legend of Dixie Dandelion

My fire-fighting friend, Gypsy Jan posted this picture on her blog,  (Jan Morrill’s Thoughts Over Coffee. blogspot.com.)  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

Posted in Dixie Dandelion, Jackson McCullough, Jan Morrill, R.H.Burkett, Ruth Burkett Weeks | 10 Comments

Booger County Twilight Zone

My writing sister and close freind, Jan Morrill challenges us every week to “show not tell” with a writing prompt on her blog, Jan Morrill’s Thoughts Over Coffee. blogspot.com..  This week’s test comes from this picture.  Too long to put … Continue reading

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Interview with JAN MORRILL: A real life Samurai Gypsy!

I met Jan Morrill at the Northwest Arkansas Writers’ Workshop. Week-after-week I’d sit in awe and listen to her short stories and say to myself, “One day I hope I can write as well as Jan.” Jan Morrill Jan is … Continue reading

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YOU ARE INVITED . . .

Come join me and six additional local authors for a book signing. Where:  Innisfree Senior Living Community, 24th & Walnut, Rogers, AR Time:  Saturday, July 30, at 2:00 Authors presenting will be:  Linda Apple Linda Apple:  Linda is an … Continue reading

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