Blue collar authors and writers believe in the combination of books and rolling up their sleeves. I am one of them.
Every Sunday, A Word or More takes you on a journey through books, writing and challenges of everyday life. The combination of the economy, literature, photography and writing are like a hot meal. They make a fresh story; one you have never heard.
I am a writer, mother and teacher assistant who believes writing and books enhance every person’s life. I still believe in picking a book off a shelf and writing a cursive sentence. Most of all, I believe if you hold any dream of becoming an author, the choice to embrace the dream begins with you.
I write under two pen names: Rebecca T. Dickinson and R.T. Dickinson. I have been published with both names. R.T. Dickinson is the pen name for all work connected to my book, Sons of the Edisto.
I work as a teacher assistant, tutor and substitute teacher. I still offer work as a freelance writer. Since July 2011, I have co-authored and edited a memoir project.
“Adventures of Elliot McSwean: The Question,” published by Black Fox Literary Magazine, March 2013 – Winter Edition. Visit: http://www.blackfoxlitmag.com/2013/03/04/the-winter-2013-issue-7-is-now-available/
“By the Drink,” published by Blue Ridge Literary Prose, December 2012.
“We Never Said Hello,” published by Telling Our Stories Press, Impact, July 2012.
“Grass from the Grave,” published in paniK: Candid Stories of Life Altering Experiences Surrounding Pregnancy. Help Inspire Others project. October 2011.
“Out with the Old,” published by The Copperfield Review, October 2011.
“The Way Things Are,” published by Dew on the Kudzu, September 2011.
Sunday Specials: On certain Sundays, I will share a themed post. Most of the time, you find out what I have to share about books and writing!
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