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Lola Faye Arnold

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in Greenville, South Carolina, The United States
December 10, 1957

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Lola Faye Arnold was born in the Southern American state of South Carolina and spent many years in the teaching profession. She always loved writing and wrote fictional works that were used by other educators and were enjoyed and accepted by many individuals.

Lola has always believed in the adage that "laughter is the best medicine", and she tried to surround herself with individuals who were so like-minded. This is apparent in her writing as she uses humor as the "cure" for the blues, during life's most difficult of circumstances.

While a graduate student in historical Charleston, South Carolina, Lola was exposed to the legends and folklore of The Holy City, tales of ghostly nature. For years, she had her own tale, in the cobwebs of her min
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Lola Faye Arnold When I first started to write, I put myself in total "lock down" so to speak. I had my little writing nook and could retreat, and I wrote consistently…moreWhen I first started to write, I put myself in total "lock down" so to speak. I had my little writing nook and could retreat, and I wrote consistently for months and months, making more edits than headway. I finally hit that "brick wall", when the book was finished in my head, but the words would not come. I traipsed off to Europe, solo, for 6 months and did nothing but enjoy myself and relax. It was almost a year later, when I came to New Zealand, when the "block" was finally removed and the book was finished. (less)
Lola Faye Arnold I think the best thing about being a writer is that I can tell my story, not only for the present, but for years to follow. Far after I am gone, my…moreI think the best thing about being a writer is that I can tell my story, not only for the present, but for years to follow. Far after I am gone, my progeny will have a part of me living on through my words. That is a comforting thought to me.(less)
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I reckon I should classify dreams in a couple of categories before I give my comments on why dreams are important.

We have night dreams, sometimes wonderful, horrifying, or very vague, those that you can only remember bits and pieces of.

Maybe one might need a doctorate or a special gift to be able to give the purposes of dreams. But I believe in visions, and feel that our dreams often guide u,... Read more of this blog post »
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Lola Arnold The pleasure is mine, Christine....

Look forward to sharing about good books.....

Have a great Christmas.....LOLA


Christine Hatfield Thanks for being my friend


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