RMFW Spotlight: Bree Ervin


  1. Patricia Stoltey
    Patricia Stoltey November 18, 2013 at 8:43 am .

    I enjoyed this Q&A with you, Bree. Someday I want to come take a look at your tipi. I think I need one of those, too. It will be off limits to Katie Cat.

    1. Bree Ervin
      Bree Ervin November 18, 2013 at 2:36 pm .

      Pat – you are always welcome at the tipi! Hoping to host some storytelling nights this spring once the weather turns again!

  2. Julie Kazimer
    Julie Kazimer November 18, 2013 at 10:24 am .

    Love Bree! Your daughters are so lucky to have you for their mom, especially letting them read FT’s Double Vision (a great book everyone should buy for their kids). Great list of current reads too. Thanks for sharing how cool you are!

    1. Bree Ervin
      Bree Ervin November 18, 2013 at 2:35 pm .

      Awe, thanks. Love you too Julie!!

  3. Julie Luek
    Julie Luek November 18, 2013 at 2:37 pm .

    This was great– I love learning about the lives of writers “behind the scenes”. I especially liked the quote about writers capturing thoughts that no one else has thought about things we all see. It’s my goal in writing (one I’m still struggling to do well). Thanks for all you do for RMFW!

  4. Phyllis Neher
    Phyllis Neher November 19, 2013 at 10:04 am .

    Love the quote: “The task is not so much to see what no one has seen, but to think what no one has thought about that which everybody sees.”

    This rang so true for me. We can all look at the same thing and write a different perspective. I just find everyone else’s perspective to be so much more unique and deeper than my own. But I guess that’s the richness of reading and writing.
    Hi, Bree. You’re a riot to be with. I will never forget that card game and how I laugh-cried. Oh, how I cried! You rock!

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