I am absolutely ecstatic to announce that my young adult novel, IN MY SHOES, has found a publisher! It seems like forever and a hundred revisions later, but IN MY SHOES has been acquisitioned by Michelle Halket at Central Avenue Publishing for release in Spring 2017. I’m so excited to work with Michelle and Central … Continue reading COMING SPRING 2019!
Today I want to extend to all of you my most humble and truly heartfelt THANK YOU! Yesterday, I received my first royalty statement from my publisher and, while I’ll likely never get rich writing, I am truly thankful for the support of so many who have supported me with this first novel. It’s such a hard … Continue reading A Note of Heartfelt Thanks!
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!
Happy Tuesday! Today is a fun day for me me! First, it’s a snow day! Yup, that’s right! Snowpocolypse 2016 is supposed to hit my neck of the woods in the form of Winter Storm Kayla and dump nearly ten inches of snow on us. Schools were cancelled early on Monday for Tuesday, and I’m … Continue reading Snowpocolypse 2016 & Liebster Blogger Award
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One of the things I love best about Oklahoma is the kindness people show each other. While it’s probably not unique to Oklahoma — I’m sure people everywhere can be found being kind to each other — it seems to be something that Oklahomans do more than most. A couple of years ago, I was … Continue reading The True Spirit of Oklahoma
My mentor needs to love To Kill a Mockingbird, diverse characters, blended families and the real-life issues of teens