#RRBC Spotlight Author, Carol Marrs Phipps

Your imagination has no boundaries. Congratulations Carol Marrs Phipps!

Writing and Music

It’s time to Spotlight another #RRBC Author! Today it is Carol Marrs Phipps!

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Our green haired Fairies including Meri Greenwood speak what the people of Niarg know as Archaic Modern Niarg, the ancestor of what they were speaking at the time of our epic tale. It sounds like some sort of Germanic or Nordic language, yet it is quite easy to understand and it makes the Fairies come to life.


What Archaic Modern Niarg happens to be is Middle English with most of the obsolete words eliminated so that the uninitiated modern reader can read it without difficulty. It is no harder to read than a note full of misspellings passed by grammar school kids, yet it would be understood at once by people in the London area, six hundred years ago, since we have based its spelling, grammar and word order on the writings of…

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About Shirley Harris-Slaughter

I love old buildings and history. That's why I ended up writing about the history that surrounded me all of my life - "Our Lady of Victory, the Saga of an African-American Catholic Community." Plus our church had closed and the school is torn down, so I felt it was imperative that we preserve the history or it would be lost forever.
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4 Responses to #RRBC Spotlight Author, Carol Marrs Phipps

  1. Vashti Q says:

    Hi Shirley! Thanks for sharing this post!😊


    • Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

      Actually, I didn’t share this here. Looks like Jan did. Its so weird. This is running on my other website. Its hard for me to keep up but I love it and I’m sure Carol will appreciate too.


    • Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

      OOPS! Yes I did reblog this. I don’t know what I’m doing anymore. LOL


  2. Micki Peluso says:

    Awesome covers and titles!! Thanks for hosting, Shirley!!

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