Meeting Marcia Meara

Judith Barrow invited me to do an interview with her this week, and it was a lot of fun. Check it out! (And share, if you can.)

Judith Barrow

Today I’m thrilled to be chatting with Marcia Meara; author, generous blogger/interviewer and a thoroughly lovely person.


 Judith: Tell us a little about yourself, as a writer and as a person.

MM: I live in central Florida, just north of Orlando, with my husband of 30 years, four cats, and two dachshunds. When I’m not working on my books and blogs, I spend my time reading, gardening, and enjoying the surprising amount of wildlife that manages to make a home in our suburban yard. Birds from hummingbirds to bald eagles show up here frequently, along with black racers (harmless, graceful snakes), raccoons, possums, various lizards and skinks, and of course, the dreaded, bird-feeder raiding squirrels, which I consider minions of Satan, sent to plague me.

JB: Tell us a little about your writing history/background. What inspired you to write? How did you come to writing? What is your main reason for…

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9 thoughts on “Meeting Marcia Meara

  1. Congratulations, Marcia!
    For your determination to accomplish your dream, and for everything you wrote – poetry and prose.
    I am impressed that you didn’t give up and it gives me a nudge thinking that, if God/Universe/Gate. whatever allows I can write some more.
    Warm hugs from overseas,

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    • Never give up is a good motto, Carmen. And never let anyone talk you out of what your heart desires. (Unless, of course, it will get you arrested.) Keep on doing what you love. It’s good for your soul. 🙂

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