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62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 "Pure SEA GLASS,  a book authored by Richard LaMotte, inspired the theme for the 2005 Writers at the Beach Confer- ence. LaMotte is shown with Pure SEA GLASS photogra- pher Celia Pearson as the two peruse the heartfelt book"Sam I Am" which tells the inspirational story of Sam Julman who passed away March 3, 2005. LIMITED HOME ;ITE AVAILABILITY Sinqle Family Homes from the $900'S Call Today for Details Writers Continued from page 60 feel broken, of no use to anyone but ourselves, and so we fling them into the vast ocean of writ- ers, mentors, teachers and friends, under whose attention the shape of our words is slowly altered, and under whose criticism, the rough edges are worn away. Years pass. Or decades, and then one day, there it is: a poem, a story, maybe just a single perfect paragraph. No longer broken or ordinary, our words are now transformed into something even more valuable." Booksandcoffee manager Terry Lake said "The responses have been amazing. For those of us at the store, this felt like a love fest between authors, attendants, vol- unteers, Marina Suites, Crabber's Cove and Booksandcoffee. This is the foundation for growth." Lake said in addition to the net proceeds from the conference, Booksandcoffee management has committed 10 percent of book sales from March 4-5 and Booksandcoffee employees donated all tips to the charity. The second annual Writers at the Beach conference is currently being planned for the first week- end in March 2006. As she prepares throughout the coming year for the second con- ference in Dewey Beach and pro- ceeds through stages of grief for her family loss, Fischer said she will find solace in the quote by Isak Dinesen, 'q'he cure for everything is salt water - sweat, tears or the sea." Offering the most spectacular views of the Indian River Bay, Ellis Iint is becoming the most sought after communffy in Sussex Count, Delaware. Nestled at the end of a tree-lined lane, with its own private beach access, clubhouse and pool, Ellis Point is the most relaxing place to live on the Eastern Shore! Centex Homes, one of the nation's largest and most respected homebuilders, presents three new home plans for Ellis Point. These innovative and inviting designs maximize the breathtaking views of the Indian River Bay and the surrounding nature preserves! TODAY 888-8ak7130 302-2268617 Oe//l00/-Ifa Marl:gage