F for Father

In Marie's Pledge, Marie struggles to come to terms with many things, not the least of which is her mother's death, long ago: Then, of course, comes the question of how dare I? How dare I be so selfish, so self-centered that my mother’s death was all about me? What about her? Maybe she was... Continue Reading →

B for “buries”

It's a red letter day as Mary Lynne's Dream goes live and is available for purchase here. Prologue   Mary Lynne, they called her long before she lost her way. Some nights, when all is dark and deep, she hears her name carried on the wind: “Mary Lynne, Mary Lynne”. She buries her head under... Continue Reading →

Evidence of Flossing

If you know me at all, you know that my heart weaves a tapestry of poetry as I navigate life. Nothing thrills me more than connecting with poetic voices.  Please allow me to introduce you to Jen Payne, poet extraordinaire, whose new book Evidence of Flossing What We Leave Behind has launched. Not only will... Continue Reading →

Always Writing

I've been away but one thing you know, I am always writing. November was NaNoWriMo and, since the first of November, I've completed a novel, done its edits and sent it of to my wonderful Beta Readers. Of course, once it returns, there will be editing and possibly even rewrites to do. That's how it... Continue Reading →

Z is for Zoe Sharp

A blogger friend introduced me to Zoe Sharp five years ago. I went on to read her Charlie Fox series and thoroughly enjoyed them. Charlie is an interesting character in a high energy series of books. A couple of month's ago, same friend - thank you Judith - introduced me to a new character by... Continue Reading →

U is for unabashed…

...as in the unabashed promotion of authors which I love to do. We are a great bunch of people. Smart, creative, imaginative, and we love words. Today I am, once again promoting friends. Author friends, because you know I do have friends who aren't writers! see that bunch up there? An amazing bunch I belong... Continue Reading →

T is for Bill Travis

Have you heard of Bill Travis? He is the creation of George Wier. That's a picture of George, not Bill. How do I know that? Well, not only was George the keynote speaker at the 2017 Cuenca International Writers Conference, but I had a chance to sit down with him and my friend Scarlett for... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑