Author Archives: Sharon Biggs Waller

Hi everyone, just a wee note to say I’ve decided to leave  the Twitterverse.  We’ll meet again, Twitter, don’t know how, don’t know when, but I know we’ll meet again some sunny day. But you, dear readers, can still find … Continue reading

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Tomato Soup with Orange, adapted from The Dairy Hollow House Soup & Bread: A Country Inn Cookbook by Crescent Dragonwagon (yes, that is her name). I had so much fun giving a talk on heritage vegetables at the Swedish American … Continue reading

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Hi all, As part of the Chef Magnus Nilsson photo exhibit entitled Nordic:A Photographic Essay of Landscapes, Food, and People, I’ll be giving a talk on heritage vegetables at the Swedish American Museum in Andersonville, Chicago. There will be a … Continue reading

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  Dear Reader: I hope you have a fantastic Fourth of July.  I’m going to spend it reading and weeding the garden and maybe a little bit of writing.  Sparklers will be in there somewhere too. Hugs, Sharon  

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I recently finished the first draft of my third novel, GIRLS ON THE VERGE, and sent it off to my editor. It’s an odd thing to hit send and go on about your day when your characters have occupied your every … Continue reading

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I’m incredibly pleased and proud to announce my latest deal for my third book, a contemporary YA novel called GIRLS ON THE VERGE. Those of you who have read my other books, ORCHID and FOLLY, know that I am first … Continue reading

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Hi all! Summer is cracking on and the farm is looking amazing.  With my husband home for the summer I have extra time on my hands for writing and embroidering and goofing around with the goats.  It’s pretty heavenly!  (I … Continue reading

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