How Lawnmower Debt Made Me a Better Writer

This week, I’m ditching my own blog in favor of guest starring on Washington & Lee’s schmancy new alumni blog. It’s headed up by a snappy young gent by the name of Ryan Catherwood, a guy with a great vision for enhancing the school’s social media initiatives and feeding hungry students with real-deal info about what it’s like to have a specific career. Cool, yes?


So, if you’d like to read this week’s blog about the writing life and how it links to sticky lawnmower debt, throw on a bow tie or your Lilly Pulitzer and pearls and head on over to Dubyuhnell’s alumni blog. And if you have no idea what Dubyuhnell is, that’s okay… It’s preppy-phonics for “W&L.”

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A.E. Mayer is an author of fiction, fantasy, and other tales for kiddies great and small. To learn more about Mayer and her books, please visit
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One Response to How Lawnmower Debt Made Me a Better Writer

  1. Bob Francisco says:

    My son, Matt, told me you have become an author and I wanted to congratulate you. I always remembered you from our intown and Mexico mission trips. I thought you were very mature and insightful. I wish you continued success!
    Bob Francisco

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