Good Morning, Friends! We’re in strange times at the moment. My husband is working from home, my son is schooling from home, and I am always home but am currently experiencing serious writer’s block, probably due to too much going on in my own home. So what’s a quarantined writer with writer’s block to do? … Continue reading Ramblings of a Quarantined Writer
Hello again, Friends! The last two weeks have been crazy-busy, as I’ve been out on the Minnesota leg of my book tour for ROAM. It’s been exhausting, exhilarating and so much fun! A huge thank you to everyone who has braved the hazardous roads that have plagued every single one of my book signings to … Continue reading ROAM: “Be Kind and Have Courage.”
Congratulations to Nicole Anderson! She’s my latest winner for a FREE ARC of ROAM! Keep an eye on my social media for your chance to win!
Hey everybody! There’s so much going on these days that I thought I’d bring you up to date. FREE FIRST CHAPTER PREVIEW! For a limited time only, you can READ THE ENTIRE FIRST CHAPTER OF ROAM FOR FREE! That’s right! Not just a snippet, but the full first chapter. I’m so excited to give you … Continue reading ROAM: COMING FEB 5–READ THE ENTIRE FIRST CHAPTER FREE!
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.
There are some things in this world that really make me happy. As a mom, one of those things is when my children find creativity in writing. Today is one of those days. Last night, my 11-year old son brought home a graded writing assignment he’d been given in class. He was to pretend that … Continue reading Move over Steinbeck!
It’s been a while since I’ve shared a funny kid story. Usually I share a story about my own kids, but today I have a story that I’ve “borrowed” from a friend who works in the office of a nearby elementary school. Kathie S. is a secretary in the office of a local school. In … Continue reading 3rd Grade Boy Reports Kidnapping