It is with a heavy heart that I share the news of my father’s passing. He was 86, and today would’ve been his 58th Wedding Anniversary.
Dear Friends, I’m sorry — I’ve dropped the ball. This happens to me sometimes when I have too many irons in the fire. As my daddy is known for saying, I’ve been “busier than a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs.” Not a good excuse, but what it means is that I … Continue reading AUDIOBOOK WINNER!
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There’s just nothing better than time with family! Here’s a little glimpse of mine.
Santa’s return to Rochester has been secured and the local Miracle Mile Shopping Center has set aside space for him to greet children and work on his toys.
If you’re thinking about writing and querying a novel, know that you don’t have to do this alone.
El Reno people seldom see a stranger, and a person in need quickly goes from acquaintance to friend. Just one more reason I’m once again thrilled with my decision to base my novel in my hometown. El Reno residents represent the best of Oklahoma.
One of the things I miss most about Oklahoma is the rich red dirt. I didn’t appreciate it when I lived there. In fact, I probably didn’t like it much because it stains everything. As a child, I remember having brand new, sparkling white, tennis shoes and — the first time I wore them outside … Continue reading The Soil That Gives Me Strength
Today is National Aunts and Uncles Day, so today today I honor my aunts and uncles and thank them for being a huge part of the person I have become.