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L. Palmer writes The Pippington Tales, a series where motorcars bump down old city lanes, fairy godmothers are disguised as high-society gossips, and mermaids just might be real.
In between exploring the hidden magic of Pippington, L. Palmer works in public service and lives in San Antonio, TX. She is an award-winning speaker and has presented on various topics at writing conferences, ranging from film techniques for authors to developing character relationships. She developed her imagination and adventure skills through growing up in Girl Scouts, working at resident summer camps, teaching high school English, and reading great books of fantasy and magic. Most Tuesdays, you can find her having lunch with dragons.
To Contact L. Palmer, Email: email@example.com
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I’ll be attempting to climb Mt. Publication in a couple of months. Good to know I’m not alone!
I’m glad we can all band together in this epic cause.
I agree that life is definitely one (mostly hilarious) adventure after another. Love your little illustrations too!
Adventure keeps life exciting.
I love the illustrations!!
Thanks! My sister appreciates it too.
And so do I!
Hi! I just wanted to say that I think your blog is an enjoyable read and so I nominated you for a Liebster Award! Check out the details on my blog if you’re interested 🙂
I nominated you for a Liebster award, hope that’s ok
Great blog Keep writing
What a fun blog you have here! Looks like you’ve had an interesting last few months (freshly pressed!!!). Congrats on that, must be very exciting. Thank you for stopping by my blog as well 🙂
Thanks! My life is always exciting, but Freshly Pressed was definitely a recent highlight.
I love your cover pic! 🙂
Save the world indeed! Thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting!!! I look forward to reading more of your heroic deeds 🙂
Thanks for visiting my blog. You seem very interesting and I look forward to reading more.
I was a Girl Scout!!! (Ages ago.) And I’m also attempting to climb Mt. Publication! Let’s climb together!
I just made Grown Up Girl Scout Stew a few months ago. The recipe card is 50 yes old with a burned off corner. Enjoyed this.
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I want to let you know that I’m nominating you for the One Lovely Blog Award. The details are in my post at http://wp.me/25uuH Thanks for your support, and I look forward to your future blogs.
I come by to say Hi and will read more of your stuffs later. They seem really interesting! It was really great running into you and your brother last weekend. Now I have a new source of entertainment.
Awesome! It is good to hear from you. I hope your couch is working well.
You’ve won The Shine On award!
Thanks for the follow. You have lovely blog!
Hi! I just wanted to say thanks for dropping by yesterday. I’m off for a rummage around your blog. I hope you don’t mind?
Visitors are always welcome!
No good deed goes unpunished. So I’ve nominated you for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award,” Madame Palmer. You may read all about it, including both my reasons for nominating you and the conditions attached to accepting the nomination, here:
As always, thanks. 🙂
L.P., thanks so much for your kind follow. I regret that I’ve recently had to stop doing mutual follows as I am having difficulty keeping up with the email alerts.
Good luck with the writing. I see my first galley proofs next week, and hope to have the non-fiction, self-published book out in February.
As a fellow teacher (language arts) and soul on the journey up Mt. Publication, I solute you! Looks like you have a lot of fun on this blog. 🙂
I do have a lot of fun around here. I hope you come back to visit.
My friend, you have a terrific blog. In recognition of that, I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Details can be found here: http://kateloveton.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/versatile-blogger-award/
Congratulations on the BYU Masters Program. Terrific blog. I’m on board. J.A.Ireland
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Thank you for liking my post. Keep up the good work with your blog 🙂
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Hello L. Palmer – your mum was in one of my business classes in Ventura a couple of years ago and I purchased the book from her. Finally, life has slowed down and I just finished your book. Thank you.
Thank you for taking the time to visit my website and for your support. If you’re interested, signed copies of the second book, The Lady and the Frog, is available at Very Ventura in Downtown Ventura.