Author Archives: L. Thomas-Cook

About L. Thomas-Cook

Moved from upstate NY three years ago in 2011 to live along the Grand Strand. Retired early childhood education administrator. Certified speech therapist. Volunteer board member in SCWW in 2011 as grant writer and 2014 conference chair. Volunteer and board member in Murrells Inlet Community Theatre. I love to write fiction with twists and turns, the not-so-usual topics, forbidden lovers, conflict, challenges, and psychological thrillers where good fights evil, ghosts haunt the living, and life after death is debated. I love the beach, nature, photography, my family (husband, son, daughter) and my dog, Sonny. Oh, and I'm a napoholic too.

2014 Annual Conference News Update

As the 2014 SCWW Conference Chairperson, I thought this newest blog would be a great place to spill some news. Plans for the 3-day conference is well underway and yes, we are having the conference we all know and love … Continue reading

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HOW DO I KNOW IF MY STORY IS GOOD?

                 If you have ever asked yourself that question, then chances are you’re a good writer. Why? Because a good writer is conscientious. They want to tell a good story, a perfect story, the best story possible. They will … Continue reading

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Make Time to Write

MAKING TIME TO WRITE             We’ve all been there at one time or another. Many of us have asked the same question: how do I find time to write? Jobs, children, home demands, and so many other things can impact … Continue reading

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Holiday Magic

I can tell from all the less than subtle clues the holidays are among us. I love the holidays. Oh, not the shopping so much or the insane commercials where even children are encouraged to overspend allowances they don’t have … Continue reading

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