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Tracy L. Conway
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  • Slidell, LA
  • United States
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Something About Me and My Book:
Tracy L. Conway is a fine woodworker who has been writing for more than twenty years. A New Orleans native, she has travelled throughout the South documenting her journeys and observations. In 2005 she started an online woodworking shop, The Green Dragon,, where she sells curious and custom made wooden creations.

I Wandered from New Orleans includes a diverse selection of poems, offering a deeply personal look into the author’s joys and celebrations as well as the inevitable shortcomings and regrets. The deep nostalgia lamenting the passage of time is a recurring theme in Conway’s writings that lends to its authenticity. For detailed information, visit the website.

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Vampires of the world, beware!

Yes, I  have Vampires on the brain.  I have spent most of my free time lately working on my newest project, the Vampire Hunting Kit.  Now some of you may balk at this, but Vampire Kits go back to the 1800's where they were sold to travellers who might be heading into questionable territory, especially areas with rumors of Vampiric activity.  These kits were fantastic... each with diverse and yet similar implements of destruction.  The most common kits included the crucifix, rosary holy…


Posted on January 30, 2011 at 1:16am

Ophiuchus, or not to Ophiuchus?

For those who do not follow or believe in Astrology, this post will have little meaning for you.  For those of us who believe in planetary influences and traits that have been handed down to us by the stars and the alignment of the sun, you may be in the same boat I am tonight.  All my life I have considered myself a Sagittarius.  It's what the books said, what the horoscopes said (which I actually dont' put any value into), and it's what the t-shirt said that I wore when I went on that long…


Posted on January 13, 2011 at 10:23pm

It's easy being Green

Well, the new year has come and gone.  Another of my resolutions was to begin taking my woodworking career seriously.  By this I mean my online business, The Green Dragon.  Over the past few days I have turned out six brand new Vampire Stakes, so I'm off to a fairly good start.  I started The Green Dragon website in 2005, two…


Posted on January 6, 2011 at 5:40pm

Auld Lang Syne

It's interesting to see where your mind takes you when it is lulled back into familiar routine. Today at my job I had the old song, 'Auld Lang Syne' stuck in my head. At least, I had the melody and some of the words. I decided to look it up, to learn a little about this 'Auld' song to see what it's origins were. I was surprised to find that it dated back at least to the 1600's in Scotland. A gentleman named Robert Burns found some of these old verses and translated… Continue

Posted on December 27, 2010 at 10:30pm

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At 1:10am on June 18, 2011, Author Aleja Bennett said…
Nice to meet you here in the world of book marketing. I'm Aleja Bennett Author of Ten paper backs and eight available on the kindle. Here is my fan page, stay in touch when you can. I know we both may have hectic schedules at times but I will always follow you back. Below is my fan page hope you like it and thanks again for your support it's appreciated very much. Enjoy the book video
At 10:21am on April 1, 2011, Caren S. Brodt said…
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At 11:13pm on March 31, 2011, Caren S. Brodt said…
Thank you Darling. So sorry about your plight and your pet. My husband just got the full time job we'd moved here 1.5yrs. ago to take! We wrote the book while we were unemployed, and it worked out perfectly for us. I'll pray it will for you too. Our book is pretty dead right now too, but we know that it takes x to catch on. Ppl hafta read it 1st, then word of mouth, etc. I hear ya about poetry, a dying art sadly. We have poetry interlaced w/the chapters in our book. We'll see if this approach works or not... not a lot of activity right now, we're still getting a dribble of sales.

All the best to you. Let me know if and when you'd like to reciprocate reviews. I will take a look at your website, and hope and pray that things start looking up for you.
At 7:32pm on December 11, 2010, Erin Sankey said…

Hey there Tracy,

  your book looks very intersting! Thank you for excepting me to your page. My name is Erin and I have only been to New Orleans once, it was a ton of fun. Your book sound interesting, as soon as I am done with my books I will defintly read the people that have friended me to supprot them as they have been so gracious enough to support me! : )

At 7:36pm on December 6, 2010, Eva Augustin Rumpf said…
Tracy, thanks for your note. I was born & raised in New Orleans, but I now live "up north" in Milwaukee. I still have family & friends in N.O. and get down there whenever I can. Eva
At 11:44am on November 29, 2010, Kate L said…
Welcome :)
At 3:59pm on November 28, 2010, Karen Gammons said…
Welcome Tracy, :) Just wanted to invite you to browse around my page and to share my book trailer with you. Hope you enjoy it. Good luck with your book.
Karen Gammons

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