Best wishes for a joyful Holiday Season. I'll be offline next week and will return in January.
Hey everyone. Hope this first Monday of September finds you well. Most of us in America are enjoying a three-day weekend, thanks to the Labor Day Holiday. What began during America's industrial age as a way to celebrate labor has turned into the unofficial end of summer. We'll move into autumn in a few weeks... Continue Reading →
Hey everyone. I don't usually post on the weekend, but I came across something interesting on my friend Staci Troilo's site. She linked to a post by Charles Yallowitz where he asked three questions about fictional bad boys. The topic intrigued me. Here are the three questions and my answers. 1. Who is your favorite... Continue Reading →
Hi, Readers. Most of you know I reached a milestone last month—the publication of the third and final book of the Driscoll Lake series. It’s hard to believe five years have passed since I began writing the first draft of Unseen Motives. There were many times I thought I’d never complete it—let alone edit and... Continue Reading →
Hi everyone. Just a short post today in remembrance of those who gave their lives for our country. And since pictures tell a thousand words, I'll leave you with a few.
Hey readers. I know I said I planned to blog more often, but life has been super busy of late I know. Life is ALWAYS busy. I’m reminded of a line from the Lord of the Rings, “All we have to decide is what to do with the time given us.” There’s a lot of... Continue Reading →
To say that my New Year’s post is a little late would be an understatement. It’s already February, and I’ve yet to write a blog post this year (aside from having a guest, C. S. Boyack and a reblog of Mae Clair’s post about her latest release). I started a draft, or at least I... Continue Reading →
Hello, Readers. I don't have a Friday link post this week, and some of you may have noticed I didn't have one last Friday. I plan to get back to that but in the meantime, wanted to share the reason. Forgive me, if I seem to go about it in a round-about way, but I... Continue Reading →
Today is a holiday in the United States. Many people think of Memorial Day as the unofficial start of summer. Schools are out (or will soon be) for the year. People begin to think of backyard barbeques and picnics or trips to the lake. For many, Memorial Day is just another three-day weekend. But that’s... Continue Reading →