15 April 2018

Meet the Contributing Writers of TPC

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15 April 2018

*Ed. note: Well, gang, I'm super excited to introduce you to the expanded contributing staff of The Chronicles. For the better part of three years, it's just been yours truly as Editor & our old pal Ellis "Da" Millsaps as lone contributor for Team TPC. But we've now doubled our overall number with the addition of Kayla Leasure & Perrin Lovett as contributors. Below is the bio of all three along with links to their dedicated pages. Keep an eye out as we will be adding two more contributors over the next few weeks. As always, thanks so much for reading. -MBM 

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Contributing Writer to The Piedmont Chronicles

Author of TPC recurring piece, "Kayla's Corner," Ms. Leasure is originally a Walton Co. gal who studied marketing & advertising & loves the beach, the woods & her dogs while keeping herself busy with multiple projects & endeavors. She has her finger on the pulse of the home county like no other & is always "keeping an eye on Covington." A beautiful lady, inside & out, it is The Chronicles' true privilege to have her talents as part of our team. 

Kayla's Corner - Keeping an Eye on Covington


Fellow Terry College of Business (UGA) grad Brother Perrin Lovett is a true renaissance gentleman & scholar. A recovering attorney, he's into guns & cigars, and the US Constitution. A published authorPrepper columnist & YouTube personality, and an acclaimed blogger, TPC is very proud to have our old friend on board as the C.F. Floyd Feature Writer of National Affairs


Ellis is a recovering Attorney but has worn many hats over the years: father, bus boy, stand-up comedian, novelist, wiffle ball player, rock'n'roll band manager, and at one time wrote a popular and funny column for The Covington News. A Fannin Co. mountain boy originally, Mr. Millsaps now stays at the mill village of Porterdale by way of 20 years in Mansfield. Usually funny and at times irreverent and subversive, he leans left in his political philosophy but can always be counted on for a pretty darn good write-up. The Chronicles are proud to have him involved...