I’ve been working on a short story called Seeing You Again. It’s about a couple of empty-nesters who attend prom at a retirement community. You can read installments at Wattpad: http://www.wattpad.com/37671460-seeing-you-again New installments going up every day. Hope you can hop over and check it out.
So the fabulous Tess Grant tagged me for the One Lovely Blog award. Woohoo! If you like werewolves, you have to check out her Kitty Irish series. They are awesome and the last one is due to come out soon. On to the random facts about me: 1. I get motion sickness when I run […]
Getting back into the swing of things with my work in progress Climbing Heartbreak Hill. (If you’ve read Hauntings of the Heart, Minnie is the heroine from that story. This takes place about three years before.) Happy Reading! Charles had settled on the futon with his feet on Leslie’s body pillow for an afternoon nap. […]
Hello Everyone! Welcome to the Super Spies Halloween Party! We’re giving away a KINDLE FIRE by playing a game called “Bobbing for Books” and here’s how you enter to win! The first way to enter is by tweeting and Facebook sharing about the event and posting the tweet or share in the comment section at […]
Last weekend, W. S. Gager, Tess Grant and I arranged our first writers’ retreat. It was fabulous (and not just because I didn’ t have to wipe anyone’s bum for twenty-four hours.). We had time to catch up on all the things going on in our lives, the progress on our current works in progress, […]
It has been an absolutely crazy two weeks. Stress level has been totally through the roof. There were lots of big decisions to make and that left a lot of little decisions up in the air. One big decision down, one to go. I’ll write more about that later. Last night I got to cross […]
After the dilemma of deciding between a new laptop or a new iPod, I went with the laptop. I got a Dell in Lotus Pink. I’m very excited about the pink. I spent most of the weekend getting my files moved over and adjusting the settings to my preferences. I think I’m almost there. […]