Monthly Archives: April 2019

Empty Nesting Children & Grandchildren

Cutting those apron strings can be difficult and lead to mixed emotions. Many of them. It’s a struggle to say the least. It’s also a time for parents to reconnect. I don’t know how you feel, but an empty nest … Continue reading

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One Year Anniversary

It was one year on the sixteenth of this month since I’ve had neurosurgery.  Is it a reason to celebrate? I happen to think so. After thirty years of unbelievable pain and another ten years prior where the pain was … Continue reading

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Daffodils and a Grand Dame

The world is coming together to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral. That is testimony to humanity and what living history means to so many. There are many parts that cannot be recreated with exactitude. That leaves room for creating something beyond … Continue reading

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No, not a new food delicacy. It is an acronym for Butt In Chair, Hands On Keyboard. For writers, it means to get that butt in the chair, your hands on the keyboard…and write. But while we are getting those … Continue reading

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Escape to New Zealand

My latest story collection is on preorder, and will be out on 23 April. All the stories have been published in other collections, but I thought I’d bring together all the stories I’ve set in New Zealand so far. Inside … Continue reading

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An Armchair Trip to Ireland

Do you love destination romance novels? I do. Growing up, I was wild about Mary Stewart novels. Not only were they a pitch-perfect blend of mystery and romance, they were also often set in exotic locations. My new destination romance … Continue reading

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