Several years ago, a friend said to me, “Because, after all, the South should have won.” Astounded, I probably stood there with my mouth hanging open. Somehow the subject of the American Civil War came up, and her statement was so far from anything I had ever heard or been taught, I couldn’t say anything… Continue reading A Veteran’s Day Post
A couple of nights ago I was hugging and kissing my girls goodnight…a practice, I’m sure an 11-year-old and 13-year-old wish I would drop…when my youngest asked for something. I can’t remember what it was, but she wanted to know if I would buy her something. “Sure,” I said, “as soon as I get the… Continue reading Calendars, Dates and Research
Hey friends, It's late, so I'll make this short and sweet. Tomorrow, Wed. Dec. 12, 2018 from 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM, my book, "His Yankee Wife" will be free on kindle. Set a reminder, set an alarm, mark your calendars, cause normally it's $7.99. I was trying to figure out what… Continue reading Free for a Short Time
There’s just something about this time of year that feels almost magical. The crunch of dry leaves, their whispering as they scuttle past in the woodsmoke scented breeze, chilly mornings, warm, sunshiny afternoons, sticky fingers after digging around in the Halloween candy, the sense that it’s gathering in time, it all adds up to one… Continue reading Autumn, Memories and writing a book
It’s here! My newest book called, “Caleb's Story”. Here is the back cover blurb. The June evening is hot. It is the last summer before high school, and
Hope. Something we all want, something we seem to lose quite easily. When we perceive there to be no hope in a situation, we give up. On the other hand
The day before my 4th novel releases, and what is running through my mind?