“Hippie Mayberry” Manitou Springs

The setting of Madame Mirabou’s School of Love is Manitou Springs, a small town bubbling with mineral waters and the base of Barr Trail, which ascends Pikes Peak.  Cute article on it in the New York Times:

http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/10/19/travel/escapes/19american.html?8dpc

Ah, I've been in my writing cave again and haven't been blogging here at A
All creative people devise ways to communicate with the mysterious place where ideas come from.
I promised blogs every week, but must say the Internet access was not great in
Have settled the summer schedule: June 15, 3013: Missouri Romance Writers "The Heroine's Journey" Booksigning:
And we're ready to go. The cats have been camping on my suitcase, and Jack
Ah, I've been in my writing cave again and haven't been blogging here at A
All creative people devise ways to communicate with the mysterious place where ideas come from.
I promised blogs every week, but must say the Internet access was not great in
Have settled the summer schedule: June 15, 3013: Missouri Romance Writers "The Heroine's Journey" Booksigning:
And we're ready to go. The cats have been camping on my suitcase, and Jack

2 thoughts on ““Hippie Mayberry” Manitou Springs

  1. Janie Emaus

    Hi Barbara,
    I’m actually reading that book right now and loving it. I introduced myself to you at that RWA conference in Dallas. I was the lady who said that The Goddesses of Kitchen Avenue was one of my favorite books. I am currently working on a baby boomer story and find a great deal of inspiration in your books.

    Janie

  2. Janie, so glad to see you here.

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