2021 Wrap Up

I survived a week of Snowmaggedon…

Published two books…

Completed five years as a contributing author for Story Empire…

Read sixty-five books…

and published one hundred thirty-four blog posts.

November Beaver Moon

Connected with old friends and made new ones along the way.

I wish everyone a Merry Christmas

and a Happy New Year.

See you in 2022!

On The Road With Teri Polen #BadMoonRising

Hey everyone. I’m on the road today, visiting with Teri Polen for her month-long Bad Moon Rising series. If you don’t follow her blog or this series, I highly recommend it. Bad Moon Rising happens every October. Teri puts a lot of work into this event. I, for one, am grateful for her support of other authors.

To visit, just click this link. While you’re there, be sure to check out the other posts in this series.

Hope to see you at Teri’s place. In the meantime, I can’t resist this video. (You know me with music and moons!)

Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore Update #Reviews – #Suspense Joan Hall, #Memoir Karen Ingalls, #Poetry Jude Itakali

Hey, everone. Sally Cronin is featuring a lovely review of Cold Dark Night. Hope you take time to hop over there.

Sally is a wonderful supporter of writers and is a talented author herself. If you aren’t following her blog, you’re missing out!

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to the Friday edition of the Cafe and Bookstore with recent reviews for authors on the shelves.

The first author today is Joan Hallwho has received great reviews for her recent release  Cold Dark Night: Legends of Madeira

About the book

New husband, new house, new town… and a new mystery to solve.

Tami Montgomery thought her police chief husband was going to be the only investigator in the family when she gave up her journalism career and moved with him to Madeira, New Mexico.

But after the historical society asks her to write stories for a book celebrating the town’s one-hundred fiftieth year, she becomes embroiled in a new mystery. If she can’t solve this one, she could lose everything. Her research uncovers a spate of untimely deaths of local law enforcement officials. Further digging reveals a common link—they all lived in the house she and…

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Cold Dark Night – Last Stop with Marcia Meara

Hey, everyone. I’ve had a lot of fun on my promo tour for Cold Dark Night. But as they say, all good things must come to an end, and what better way to wrap up this tour than a visit with Marcia Meara.

Not only is Marcia is a talented author, she also knows about wildlife and gives talks in places near her Florida home. And she’s also very supportive of other authors. While you’re there, be sure to check out her blog and her list of books.

See you at Marcia’s place!