Grandmother Writer

Well, there must be some of us out there with good stories!

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Latest Activity: Feb 1, 2016

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Do We Have Grandmother Writers In The Group?

Started by Bonnie Rost. Last reply by Holly Beck Mar 5, 2011. 5 Replies

Let me Introduce Myself-I am Gawni

Started by Sharyn Jordan Hathcock. Last reply by Patricia Harrelson Oct 19, 2010. 6 Replies

Boomers Write

Started by Martha Jette. Last reply by Martha Jette Jun 15, 2010. 2 Replies

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Comment by V. Lynne Murray on November 21, 2014 at 2:28am

My new short story, "Huntin'", a paranormal action thriller is coming out today. It's an e release. What's neat is I started wrting this story almost twenty years ago. I plunked it in a box and then one day was sorting through some stuff and there it was. I pulled it out, shared it with my editor and we rewrote it. Here's my announcement on my blog.

Comment by diedre Knight on July 7, 2014 at 12:55pm

Hi All! Signing in from Arizona where my seven yr old atomic treasure and I have had the opportunity to explore and discover the Sonoran desert with all its beauty, 'pokey' plants and armored animals. Funny, I've lived here all my life and have never seen things quite the way he does!

Comment by Deborah Siegel on April 17, 2014 at 8:50am

Dear Grandmother Writers,

I am not a grandmother writer (my twins are now 4!) but I"m working with one and am seeking venues for her smart writing. The mommy-blogosphere doesn't really encompass grandma writing (though it seems it should!) and there doesn't seem to be a grandma-blogosphere...yet. But there've got to be some welcoming venues out there, right...? She has 3 grandkids with special needs and writes poignantly and knowledgeably about inclusion education, becoming a grandmother through adoption, etc. Thanks so much, in advance, for any venue thoughts you might have.

Comment by Martha Jette on October 24, 2013 at 8:03am

Hi Everyone: I don't get to this site too often so I have a lot of catching up to do. Just when I thought I had my ducks in a row with all of my published books, I learned that my publisher is closing her doors. Now I have to ensure that all of them will still be available on line. The only way for me to do this at this point is to turn all of them into ebooks for sale on various ebook sites. It is a huge undertaking and demanded a whole new learning curve, but I managed to get one of my newest offerings up on and on Kobo.

Phenomenal Paul: An Incredible True Tale of Insect-like Creatures & UFO Sightings is now available. Yay! Here is a short synopsis:

Paul Shishis is an ordinary family man who has had an extraordinary life. Beginning as a child, he was abducted from his bed by frightening insect-like creatures and since then, has experienced over 400 UFO sightings. He has witnessed and filmed craft of many different sizes, shapes and colors over the years. In Phenomenal Paul, he talks frankly about his lifetime connection to UFOs and the alien abduction phenomenon.

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For Kobo readers, you will find the ebook at

Comment by V. Lynne Murray on October 23, 2013 at 4:38pm

Hi, I'm over on Renee Duke's blog today talking about paranormal stuff and ghost stories and my short story A Hallowe'en Tale. Drop by and share your own experiences for a chance to win a copy of the story. Hope to see you there!

Comment by V. Lynne Murray on September 24, 2013 at 2:02am

Hi everyone, I am also a grandmother of too many to count and now a new girl! Yay! Actually the first was a girl with nine boys in between and finally another girl. Anyway, I have a fun blog called Natter and Review and I interview authors and review books. This week I have a gal on there who may or may not be a grandmother since I forgot to ask. Her name is Renee Duke and she has written a fun Middle Grade book called The Disappearing Rose about some kids who end up time travelling back to old England where they connect with the two princes who mysteriously disappeared from the Tower of London many years ago. We have a contest happening with lots of fun discussions on what may really have happened to the lads. Please pop over and give your opinion. You might just win a copy of her book! The contest ends Saturday night. Hope to see you there. Thanks, Lynne Murray

Comment by Lissa Brown on May 14, 2012 at 8:00am

Thanks to Stacy Theis for publishing an interview about my grandmother book, Family Secrets: Three Generations, on her site.

Comment by Charlene Boardman on May 12, 2012 at 3:12am

Hi my name is Charlene, grandmother to two boys, 4 and 2. Needless to say the delight and joy of my heart! I look forward to exploring everyone's profiles and writing.

Comment by Lissa Brown on March 14, 2012 at 2:06pm

While setting up my website I found some priceless grandmotherisms. Check them out at

Comment by Rev. LaWaughn Rouse on February 18, 2011 at 8:37pm

Hello Ladies this is my third day as a member and this is my ninth group. I guess I'm just excited to be here. At any rate I'm a new gramme and still learning the ropes of such a great position. However I don't have that many stories about my own grandchildren just yet but I do have wonderful stories about my own grandmother. She is a very important person in my life and gave me my greatest gift. She introduced me to Christ and He has been my strength all of my life. Now just a little quick story about my grandmother.

On September 15 2010 we celebrated my grandmother's 100th birthday. She still walks unassisted and teaches her senior citizen aerobics class. She has no real illness and has never been in the hospital except when she had her children. She cooks and takes care of many of her neighbors who are much younger than she in her senior living home. She lives alone and is very happy. She has taught a bible study class every Friday for over 50 years. She still sings in her church choir and just stop being one of the church nurses. At her party we spoke about these things and other great things that she has done. When it was her turn to speak she said the following" I'm really glad you all like me. I never thought I would live this long. I've lived so long that my grandchildren are now senior citizens"....ha,ha,ha got to love her she has told me so many stories that I would like to share with you. Someday I would like to write a book about her life. Her own grandparents were slaves....but that story is for another time.

Thank you Ladies for allowing me to be apart of this wonderful group

Rev. LaWaughn Rouse


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