Monthly Archives: June 2019

Summer is Upon Us

Here in Georgia, we’ve had drought, lots of rain, and now it’s humid. Melting in the heat as a snowman in the sun. I hope you are faring better! We’re taking it a day at a time. Here’s a peek … Continue reading

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Home Again

Happy June everyone! We haven’t quite hit summer in Wisconsin yet – still cool here. Normally I  post about my garden and the upcoming solstice – but I thought I’d share some of my work-in-progress instead. At its heart, HOME … Continue reading

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Family Ties

With the passing of my grandma-by-marriage this week, I’ve given lots of thought to family. My own and my fictional ones in the books I write. At the age of 98, 99 if she had made it to September, Grandma … Continue reading

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Where have all the good men gone?

Somewhere in the cusp between several writing projects, the evening news, and every day life, I’ve been pondering heroes. In part, I’m trying not to repeat myself. Maybe it’s just that I like a challenge, or perhaps that I’m easily … Continue reading

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The Power of the Ten-Minute Goal

I’m a big believer in the power of small and simple things. By the yard it’s hard, but by the inch it’s a cinch. A thousand mile journey begins with a single step. (You probably know some proverbs of your … Continue reading

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The Long Trails Box Set is Finally OUT!

Hello! I hope your spring is coming in beautifully in the northern hemisphere and that those of you in the southern one have battened down the hatches! I’ve been busy doing just that down here in NZ, while preparing an … Continue reading

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June is the Month for Weddings

I write romance, not typical romances. I write that little slice of my characters’ lives where they fall in love. Because I don’t follow the standard rules for romance, my books often fall under the general literature category. But I … Continue reading

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