Category Archives: Published Writing

These Ozark Hills – July 2016

This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozarks Hills. I’ve just come in from the garden where I finally, with help, evicted the last of the weeds where my cucumbers, beans and winter squash should already be in and growing up … Continue reading

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These Ozark Hills – November 2015

This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozark Hills. First off, I have to say – Wasn’t that a glorious sight this week to see the entire area around Kansas City’s Union Station awash in a sea of Royal Blue. I … Continue reading

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Ready to Take Orders!

We should start shipping around November 2, 2015. Click here to buy books and CD’s from Marideth  at the  Squareup store, OR click here to print an order form.   You can also follow me on Facebook.

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Close Enough To Home

It just arrived! Fourteen short stories and tales never before published. You will enjoy this one!

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Yarnspinner Media

Long ago, in a village not very far away, there lived a family who produced a remarkable number of grocers and postmasters. I did not turn out to be one of them. I took after the other side of the … Continue reading

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The Windy Hills Collection

Coming Soon! By Marideth Sisco CD and book

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The Longest Night, an excerpt from my book, “These Ozark Hills”

You know, Ever since we first began to walk on our hind legs, humans have pondered the behavior of this strange wobbly planet that wanders its tipsy way across space. Rolling and weaving like a top, it gives us summer … Continue reading

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