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Mary Campisi
Mary Campisi
Mary Campisi

Week 2 of Gloria's Notebook reveal

Hello Reader Friends:

Guess who lives here???

Guess who lives here???

Welcome to week 2 of Gloria Blacksworth’s reveal. Take a peek here and read what Gloria is thinking when she learns her dreaded fear is true: Charles is having an affair. There’s a moment here where Gloria teeters with indecision…should she confront her husband when he walks in the door on his return from seeing the other woman, wait until they finish their “welcome-home” dinner, or should she remain silent? If you know anything about Gloria, she’s not a silent woman, and yet we all remember how this scenario played out.

If you didn’t know what was going to happen, would you feel even a little sorry for her? I ask this question quite a bit and the answer is always “absolutely not”. If you feel that way now, just wait until the last installment! I can pretty much guarantee you will want to head to Magdalena yourself and burn that darn notebook.

But it might already be too late…stay tuned!

Mary

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A. N. Owen
A. N. Owen
5 years ago

Hi, just wanted to ask whether you’re planning any more books starring Tula Rae. I really loved her, with all her wisdom and quirkiness 😀

Mary Campisi
Mary Campisi
5 years ago
Reply to  A. N. Owen

Hi A.N.

Thanks so much for taking the time to write and let me know you enjoyed Tula Rae. I actually patterned her after my sister, who has “Tula Rae wisdom”… At present, I haven’t planned any more Tula Rae books but she may re-appear down the road. She certainly would add spice and humor. Can’t you just picture her in those spandex?

Have a great day and thanks again.

Mary

A. N. Owen
A. N. Owen
5 years ago
Reply to  Mary Campisi

By the way, why does she refer to herself in the third person? 🙂 I thought it was a really endearing trait that certainly added to her charm.

Mary Campisi
Mary Campisi
5 years ago
Reply to  A. N. Owen

Hi A.N.

Sorry for the delayed response. When I created Tula Rae, she just seemed the type who would refer to herself in 3rd person. I thought it might give Tula Rae’s “voice” a uniqueness and she is pretty eccentric! Thanks for asking this one!

Mary

A. N. Owen
A. N. Owen
5 years ago
Reply to  Mary Campisi

By the way, I think it would be very interesting to read a book about Tula Rae in her young years.

Mary Campisi
Mary Campisi
5 years ago
Reply to  A. N. Owen

Yes, Tula Rae has a colorful past…maybe one day we’ll read about it! Thanks for the comment!

Mookey
Mookey
5 years ago
Reply to  Mary Campisi

i loved Tula Rae too. On the third person thing: i’ve heard that many oriental sages and Hindu saints referred to themselves in the third person for spiritual reasons, and some Eastern schools of thought (like Jnana yoga) encourage their practitioners to do so.

Mary Campisi
Mary Campisi
5 years ago
Reply to  Mookey

Hi Mookey:

Thanks for writing – Tula Rae is indeed a character, isn’t she? Her no-nonsense personality reminds me of my sister! I didn’t know about the “third person” usage, but chose it for Tula Rae because it seemed to fit her character well. She’ll be returning in a future A Family Affair book and meeting up with the Godfather of Magdalena – Pop Benito. I can’t wait to write a conversation between these two! It will be interesting indeed.

Take care,

Mary

rachel worley
rachel worley
5 years ago
Reply to  Mary Campisi

I love your books a family affair I just read winter one can’t wait for our next book hope its out soon

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