Welcome to our annual, Emilie Loring tea! Check back often for new photos and stories! … More Welcome to our Emilie Loring tea! Do come in!
Welcome, everyone! Photos and stories are coming in, one atop the other. If you haven’t sent yet, feel free to add narration when you do. It will be fun to hear about your tea and how it may have been inspired by Emilie Loring. I’ll add and re-post all day today and tomorrow–as long as … More Welcome to our tea party. So happy you could come!
Sometimes, you have to be in the right mindset, the right place in your life, for a book to connect with you. For our guest writer, Judy, and Emilie Loring books, that time was in her twenties: I was in my teens back in the late 1960’s, and my older sister, 13 years older than … More Guest Post: I still dream of “perching” on a stone wall in the moonlight
I wonder how often Emilie Loring’s readers are inspired to write their own fiction? Our guest writer and I met one hundred posts ago (!), when I first started blogging. We bonded over Emilie Loring and learned that we both tried to write books like our favorite author’s. Today, Kate shares her story with us: If you had told me … More Guest Post: I Became a Writer Because of Emilie Loring
Today, we hear from Debbie, who has recently discovered Emilie Loring. I’m a book addict to begin with, and when I find an author I can read repeatedly without getting bored, then I know I’m hooked for life! I first learned of Emilie Loring’s books from a Facebook fan page for author Grace Livingston Hill. … More Guest Post: Seven Reasons Why I Love Emilie Loring
We first met Heide in When the Best Stories are Both New and Old. I’m so happy she agreed to write us a full post. Enjoy! The first Emilie Loring book I read was Bright Skies. I don’t really remember why I picked up that book in the little school library [My cousin and I were helping my aunt … More Guest Post: A Cheerful Print Frock and Emilie Loring
Right now, I am diving in deep to finish Emilie Loring’s biography. I spend eight to ten hours each day going through notes, thinking, sketching out the story path, scribbling ideas, writing, reading, and re-writing. Near me, on my bulletin board, are Emilie Loring quotes that guide and encourage me, by turns. I can’t tell you … More Guest post: “How to Begin Writing” by Emilie Loring