Kwana’s Story of Meeting Frank McCourt

I wanted to share a friend’s post today. My new blogosphere writing friend, Kwana Jackson, wrote the coolest post the other day about how Frank McCourt —┬áPulitzer Prize-winning author of Angela’s Ashes who passed away at 78 this week — was her high school creative writing teacher! How very cool. I wanted to put the link here so you could read her story about him and his effect on her life: Kwana’s story of Frank McCourt.

And while you’re there, peruse Kwana’s site. It’s a great one. She has the neatest, happiest, most upbeat attitude. I always go there knowing she’s going to have some fun, fast read, and I always leave feeling happier. Plus her daily updates on her little dog Jack are just too cute.

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  1. You are the sweetest! Thanks so much for the kind words. I’m so glad were blog friends and can’t wait to finally meet in real life!

  2. You’re welcome, Kwana! Your blog is truly a joy — love your fun, airy masthead; love your pics of adorable dog Jack (!); love your short posts that I can read fast to start my day; love that you always have fun tips for other stuff to look at. All around great job!

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