Author Archives: Holly J. Pierce

About Holly J. Pierce

You thought vacationing with small children was hard? Try traveling with your two daughters in their 20's, yet be glad that you have your peace-mongering husband along. Put it all together with your own laser vision of an epic journey and you have the basis for my book. Will I ever see it published? Will those self-published volumes ever move out of the garage? We'll see, won't we.

Finally Out Of The Closet

Cripes. The wedding is over, my book is still in limbo–what is there to write about so as to maintain my readership? (Thanks, you seven people.) How can I entertain you? Well, let’s talk about weather. Hey, pretty boring, yes? … Continue reading

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XOXO from Paradise

My last post: “Eight days and counting.” Hard to believe; that seems so long ago. But I was so busy, what with the upcoming wedding and the impending end of the world as we know it. Wow, on the big … Continue reading

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Put A Brick On It

A little catch-up time needed, and I actually have some news about my book. My friend the bridge player, published writer and Phi Beta Kappa finished reading the book and pronounced it good, that I should pursue publishing it. When … Continue reading

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A Little Pick-Me-Up Needed

Thank heavens for Mother’s Day! I know that it’s supposed to be a Hallmark scam, but it does have its merits. I know, what could they possibly be? Checking the invitees’ list, I discovered the other day that 87 out … Continue reading

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Wax Wings

Happy to say I have arisen like the phoenix from the ashes, although there’s still the possibility of taking a plunge like Icarus again (like all those mythological references?). I’m sparky and am singing to myself as always. My only … Continue reading

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Fall into A Helpless Crevasse

Happy to say that my daughter has taken the reins for her wedding into her own hands. Very organized. And glad that Jimalee, my reader, says I write very well. She’s an expert on the subject. And now a quiz: … Continue reading

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Why Write?

I don’t think I’ve talked about this before in this setting, but I feel it should be addressed: why did I write this book anyway? Yes, I know, it was a terrific trip worth recording, but there’s more to it … Continue reading

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