Author Archives: E. Ayers

The Power of Words

I recently attended a workshop on poetry. I had to be there. It was for our local writing group and I had to MC, etc. Someone else had invited the speaker. All I knew was that Tom was coming and … Continue reading

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First Monday of the Month

I have a new book coming out mid-May. It’s awaiting its cover – otherwise I’d show it to you. It’s a historical western, A Rancher’s Request, but a good potion of it is set in the Tidewater area of Virginia. … Continue reading

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When a Story Goes Astray

Okay, I’ll admit it. I goofed. I started writing what I thought would be a sweet Christmas novella for the 2017 Christmas boxed set by the Authors of Main Street. Except my simple story has grown in length. The guidelines … Continue reading

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DUI or Driving Under the Influence

This week is typically the start of the Spring Break for many colleges and schools. And as much as we’d like to think that our kids would never drink and drive… And maybe they aren’t the ones driving! Today, it’s … Continue reading

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It’s March!

I hope everyone had as much fun with our romantic excerpts in February as we did. We loved sharing our friends books with all of you. We’ve also added two new authors to Main Street. Lizzi Tremayne and Magdalena Scott. … Continue reading

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Love on the Pony Express Trail

Please welcome Lizzi Tremayne Hello everyone! I love this blog because I come from a real small town…with ONLY a Main Street, a little place in the Santa Cruz Mountains called La Honda, California! I moved halfway across the world … Continue reading

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A Tale of Love Almost as Old as Ireland

Who likes knights in shining armor? Please welcome Anna Markland.     My Main Street is in Victoria, British Columbia. Thank you for the opportunity to share an excerpt from The Taking of Ireland. This novel represents a departure from … Continue reading

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