Tag Archives: suspense

Ever Thought of Riding the Pony Express?

I sure did…probably obsessed on riding the Pony Express, too, when I was a little girl riding out in the hills around La Honda, California. Maybe that’s why my first novel, A Long Trail Rolling, ended up being about the … Continue reading

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My Neighbors and More

The dictionary defines neighbor as someone living near or standing next to another. In my book, the neighbor is any one of the people living in the four-hundred condos of the Blue Waves High Rise on the beach. Ten years … Continue reading

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Writing about Texas, Y’all

Welcome to the Main Street Authors’ blog. My name is Tori Scott and I’m from Texas. Could you guess from the title of this post? I love being a Main Street author because I live outside of a small town … Continue reading

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