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S.E. Spracher

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S.E. Spracher is an award winning short-short story writer. She graduated from Ohio University with a degree in philosophy and history. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband, Rob, their two chihuahuas named Maggie and Butters, and a beloved dwarf cattle dog named Baxter. When she isn't sailing or riding horses (unfortunately there are no bears where she lives!) she can be found at home, baking delicious cakes.

The book adults are talking about..."Chewy Marmot" is a very long chapter book, divided into three parts--basically three books in one-- so it is perfect for people who love to sit back and immerse themselves in a different world for a while! Written with young readers in mind it is becoming a family favorite for all ages.
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S.E. Spracher Ugh. It happens to pretty much everyone! If it's summer I'll swim laps in the pool and imagine how my story is, or should be, progressing as if it wer…moreUgh. It happens to pretty much everyone! If it's summer I'll swim laps in the pool and imagine how my story is, or should be, progressing as if it were a movie. During that process I'm mentally editing the "film" as I go along, cutting it down and keeping the best frames. Then, I'll get out and dry off and sit down under an umbrella while I polish the next scene in my head. After that, I'll go into my office and write it. It works every time.(less)
S.E. Spracher While I love being my own boss, writing whenever and wherever I want, I have to say the best thing about being a writer is creating a world and a visu…moreWhile I love being my own boss, writing whenever and wherever I want, I have to say the best thing about being a writer is creating a world and a visual experience that I can give to other people to enjoy.(less)
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Chewy Marmot (Marmtunn Series)

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Blocks and Other Roadside Attractions

I've been feeling not so great these past few days, and yet I've mustered up enough creativity to actually write something. I did a humor/satire piece and submitted it to the New Yorker yesterday. It's something different from what I normally produce, and yet, so very much me. The kind of thing to keep to one's self in a diary, but instead I broadcast it. I thought it was funny, anyway, and maybe Read more of this blog post »
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“Sure, it was strange, but as it goes with most strange things that no one thinks will do anything, it went completely ignored.”
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“He lay in wonderment of the stars, thinking about beginnings, and if anything could ever actually end. And we are nothing but a flicker in time ourselves, he thought.”
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“He wanted to do something nice for him, but he couldn't figure out what kinds of things a pig would like, so he let the idea go. He patted Pigfeet on the back like a good friend would and they walked together the rest of the way back to Leffrin's house.”
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“Sure, it was strange, but as it goes with most strange things that no one thinks will do anything, it went completely ignored.”
S.E. Spracher, Chewy Marmot

“He wanted to do something nice for him, but he couldn't figure out what kinds of things a pig would like, so he let the idea go. He patted Pigfeet on the back like a good friend would and they walked together the rest of the way back to Leffrin's house.”
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“He was still skeptical of magic, but he had already seen too much.”
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“But at least now he knew the truth and that it came with a warning. Nature surrounded him. He could always count on it, but only if he took care of it in return.”
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“He lay in wonderment of the stars, thinking about beginnings, and if anything could ever actually end. And we are nothing but a flicker in time ourselves, he thought.”
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