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Three…two…one…LIFT OFF! In less than one month my newest novel, Star Catching, will make its debut! Early copies will go out to friends and editors who helped make it what it is: A family struck by tragedy is forced to … Continue reading

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Excerpt from AUTUMN COLORS

Autumn Colors was my first published novel. I don’t talk about my own books often enough, or so I’m told. Generally speaking, I don’t like to repeat myself a lot. But I’m working on a submission for the Snowflakes In A … Continue reading

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I’m going to digress from my usual writing related topics today to talk about an observation of a self-destructive behavior or set of behaviors that some people exhibit. Life is not consistently easy or pleasant. In fact, it can be … Continue reading

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If you’ve been following this blog, you know that I spent the better part of the last 6 months trying first to find an agent who would represent In Her Mother’s Shoes, and then a small publisher who would take … Continue reading

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I’m about to reveal my age by this post – oh, wait, I did that in the last post, so I have nothing to hide! I graduated from high school in 1967. I was a cheerleader in those hope-filled years. … Continue reading

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Gaining and Losing

No, this isn’t a weight loss article. It’s about the life steps forward and backward that sometimes drag, sometimes push and sometimes chase us into our futures. Can you imagine a life that is confined only to the happy ending … Continue reading

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