Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011 Under: writing
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favorite toy and all these years later we still regret his loss. "The Tail of Scrappy Doo" is fiction based on Tina's toy dog of long ago.

One of the perks of writing is getting to revisit the past while putting the memories on paper for posterity. What a goulash of emotions I experience in the process.

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear is free and family friendly. If you are in or near Forest Grove on March 12th, check us out.
15 authors will be reading their original works of prose and poetry. See the schedule page for details.

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Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011 Under: writing
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favorite toy and all these years later we still regret his loss. "The Tail of Scrappy Doo" is fiction based on Tina's toy dog of long ago.

One of the perks of writing is getting to revisit the past while putting the memories on paper for posterity. What a goulash of emotions I experience in the process.

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear is free and family friendly. If you are in or near Forest Grove on March 12th, check us out.
15 authors will be reading their original works of prose and poetry. See the schedule page for details.

In : writing 


Tags: writiing  lend an ear  come and hear  writers in the grove 
blog comments powered by Disqus

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011 Under: writing
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favorite toy and all these years later we still regret his loss. "The Tail of Scrappy Doo" is fiction based on Tina's toy dog of long ago.

One of the perks of writing is getting to revisit the past while putting the memories on paper for posterity. What a goulash of emotions I experience in the process.

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear is free and family friendly. If you are in or near Forest Grove on March 12th, check us out.
15 authors will be reading their original works of prose and poetry. See the schedule page for details.

In : writing 


Tags: writiing  lend an ear  come and hear  writers in the grove 
blog comments powered by Disqus

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011 Under: writing
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favorite toy and all these years later we still regret his loss. "The Tail of Scrappy Doo" is fiction based on Tina's toy dog of long ago.

One of the perks of writing is getting to revisit the past while putting the memories on paper for posterity. What a goulash of emotions I experience in the process.

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear is free and family friendly. If you are in or near Forest Grove on March 12th, check us out.
15 authors will be reading their original works of prose and poetry. See the schedule page for details.

In : writing 


Tags: writiing  lend an ear  come and hear  writers in the grove 
blog comments powered by Disqus

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011 Under: writing
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favorite toy and all these years later we still regret his loss. "The Tail of Scrappy Doo" is fiction based on Tina's toy dog of long ago.

One of the perks of writing is getting to revisit the past while putting the memories on paper for posterity. What a goulash of emotions I experience in the process.

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear is free and family friendly. If you are in or near Forest Grove on March 12th, check us out.
15 authors will be reading their original works of prose and poetry. See the schedule page for details.

In : writing 


Tags: writiing  lend an ear  come and hear  writers in the grove 
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