Paris and Storyhouse

I have some exciting news to share with you all.  But I don’t want to overwhelm you with it all at once.  (I know.  A bit of a tease.)  However, you know me well enough by now to know if I’m not posting new blogs regularly, I’m building up a reservoir for the future.

But I couldn’t resist sharing this with you today.

Most of you know how my journey began.  Today, I’ve had the honor of having one of my essays reposted on’s website.  If you haven’t read it–or don’t remember it–click on over and embark on a trip both inward and outward.

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Renee Johnson is the author of Acquisition, and The Haunting of William Gray.  She is currently working on a Young Adult novel, while editing a suspense novel which has international flair–an homage to her love of travel and foreign food.  She lives on a farm in North Carolina with her husband, Tony Johnson, and two very spoiled German shepherds named Hansel and Gretel.  


About reneejohnsonwrites

I have recently returned from University of Iowa's Novel-Writing Intensive during their Summer Writing Festival. Other credits include two stints at The Essoyes School in France, two terms at a writer's residency at Noepe Center for Literary Arts on Martha's Vineyard, and a retreat in Italy. Join me in 'writing the world.' -- Renee Canter Johnson, author of "Herald Angels", "The Haunting of William Gray", and "Acquisition" published by The Wild Rose Press. Coming soon--an international intrigue set in Venice, Italy--where adventure and danger are as masked as the characters.
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5 Responses to Paris and Storyhouse

  1. Karen Alaine Hunt says:

    So wonderful! I can see it all, you make Paris live in your words!

    On my way to read your essay!

  3. *** I am in Paris with a new haircut and French manicure, I may as well eat cake. Take that Marie Antoinette!***

    OMGOSH, I love love love this essay abundantly. The hairdresser, the scents of Paris, the markets, the delicacies’!

    Thank you for a most interesting, exquisite read, Renee.

  4. Congratulations, Renee. This must have been really fun for you.

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