Audrey Couloumbis

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Audrey is a recently transplanted (yet again) New Yorker (by choice), now in Bunker Hill, West Virginia (also by choice), where Civil War ghosts scare the dogs at night, where a CSX train track runs behind the house and the romantic sound of a faraway train can be heard three or four times a day, where she is starting a new garden of rambling roses and assorted deer-resistant flowering shrubs and renovating an old house.

Leisure time, what little there is of it, is spent watching how-to acrylic painting videos on youtube and occasionally getting out the paints to play.

New books are on the way: If Wishes Were Princes, Life and Death at the Warwick Arms, and Anthony Was Here. Stay tuned.

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Audrey Couloumbis make the calls, pay the bills, vacuum the rug, put mulch around the roses. a block is usually about what we keep trying to put on the back burner. unl…moremake the calls, pay the bills, vacuum the rug, put mulch around the roses. a block is usually about what we keep trying to put on the back burner. unless it's that bit in the middle of the book where we don't know what's coming next. every book has that gap, like the missing square in the sidewalk that was a feature in a dream i had over and over as a child. for that spot, i mentally step across and write something and strangely enough, it usually works out to be part of the story.(less)
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“Knowing that time is short is important. Knowing to make the best use of it you can, that's important. Letting those around you know you love them. Because you never know when you'll have to say good-bye.”
Audrey Couloumbis, Getting Near to Baby

“But past events had impressed uponme how fast things could go wrong, and how different life might be after they did.”
Audrey Couloumbis, Maude March on the Run!

“Grief stays with a person for a long time.”
Audrey Couloumbis, Getting Near to Baby




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