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About Tricia

In my lifetime I have worked as a boat hand on a private yacht, assembled physics equipment in a factory, and even tested dog biscuits for fat content. I now hold the two best jobs in the world. One is teacher, and the other is Mom.
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12/26/2016Monday Poetry Stretch - Somonka (2 Comments )
Christmas is over, but Hanukkah is still going strong. The new year is just around the corner. I'd like to write about endings and beginnings, so a form written from two perspectives sounds like a good idea.The somonka is a Japanese form... Read the rest of this post
12/19/2016Monday Poetry Stretch - Bite-Sized Sonnet (2 Comments )
Since we wrote a sonnet variation last week, I thought I continue with this theme. In Avis Harley's book Fly With Poetry: An ABC of Poetry, she include the bite-sized sonnet. This form follows the rhyme scheme of a "traditional sonnet,"... Read the rest of this post
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Comment by Betty Payne on 11/16/2009 at 1:55 PM:
Hello Tricia,
Please read the reviews for my YA-adult novel, SHINE ANNIE by Betty Oglesby Payne, at SHINE ANNIE is also available at and NewSouth Books Consider recommending SHINE ANNIE for Black History ... more
Comment by Linda Tagliaferro on 5/6/2009 at 10:22 AM:
Hi, Tricia,

It's author Linda Tagliaferro here. I just realized that you mentioned some of my books ---the ones in the series, "Animals and Their Homes," on your blog post. Thanks so much!!

Linda Tagliaferro
Comment by Linda Hayes on 12/7/2008 at 9:27 AM:
Being a mom myself, I have to agree, it's the best job in the world. I've never been a teacher, but I will say it's one of the most important jobs in the world. I'm sure you do them both well.

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