Tag - storytelling

Buzzard Blessings

~~ Musings from The Pipeline by Jan Fix ~~ I met Alva Harris as a freelance editor through his ex-publishing company.  I guess it's been almost a year now, and I continue to be enraptured by his charming character. From New Bern, NC, where all great authors seem to blossom (think Kenneth Capps, Sharon Phennah, and Nicholas Sparks), Alva Harris is a fine wine to be savored, as is his book Born on a Buzzard's Stump. I wrote the following blog...

Feline Pie and Snappy Turtles

BOOKS WITH VERVE  ~~In the Pipeline with Editor Jan ~~ The adventures of Caterwaul the Cat: Feline Pie couldn’t be any sweeter and any more adventure-filled.  Written by Damon Plumides and Art Boerke, this story could easily be a Disney creation, only better because it colors outside the lines a little  . . .  and the humor is out of this planet! Joffrey the Snapping Turtle is a riot.  Recommending this one highly! Check out the website for starters!  Official web...

Honeybee Humdinger

~~Recommendations from the Pipeline ~~ You know if Blake Shelton sings about it, it’s got to be good.  In fact, everything is good about honeybees. They’re smart:  They’ve been around for millions of years so they know some things. They’re food-creators:  In fact, they are the only insects that provide a food product for man—honey!  Unless you actually eat insects, of course. They’re talented: Honeybees communicate with each other by “dancing.” They’re “green”:  Honeybees are environmentally friendly and give the world its eco-balance through...