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On The Road Again with author, MAUREEN HARDEGREE

On the Road Again with Someone Who Looks Like My Husband By Maureen Hardegree When you’ve been married for over twenty years, you probably think you have learned all there is to know about your spouse. If you’re like me, you have the list of foods he dislikes committed to memory and have made good […]

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Debby Giusti, Guest Chef: 30th M&M and GRW

Debby receives her rose from GRW President Maureen Hardegree,celebrating her first sale.   By Debby Giusti  We’re into the countdown for the 30th Annual Moonlight and Magnolias Conference, hosted by Georgia  Romance Writers. With over 40 workshops, this year’s event has something for everyone—from the writer just starting on the road to publication to the multi-published author. […]

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Hainted Love: The Ghost Handlers Series #2 by Maureen Hardegree

Hainted Love: The Ghost Handlers Series #2 by Maureen Hardegree http://maureenhardegree.com/ ISBN-10: 1611940141 ISBN-13: 978-1611940145 Reading level: Ages 9-12 Publisher: Bell Bridge Books (March 21, 2011) For most normal fourteen year-old girls, summer vacation is a time to sit back and take life easy. Maybe check out the hot lifeguard down at the pool or […]

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Haint Misbehavin’ by Maureen Hardegree

Haint Misbehavin’ By Maureen Hardegree http://www.maureenhardegree.com/ Publisher: Bell Bridge Books (June 6, 2010) ISBN-10: 1935661930 ISBN-13: 978-1935661931 Genre: Young Adult Reading Level: Ages 9 – 12 Heather Tildy wants to be normal.  Or at least be considered normal by her peers.  In order to achieve this she plans to use the summer before her freshman […]

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Maureen Hardegree on Being a Scaredy-Cat

Scaredy-cat By Maureen Hardegree Scaredy-cat. Fraidy-cat. Yellow belly. Go ahead, pick a taunt. I admit to my cowardice. In fact, I embrace it. Fear is what drives me and, I suspect, many others to check items off our bucket lists. It’s what compels us to step into the unknown. And for some of us, chiseling […]

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