Witches’ Cliff: Deerbourne Inn Series
Blooming Justice: Keystone Lake Series
Second in the Sandhill Island series
Anthology from Enid Writers Club
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I find more each day just how retired I am. I think back to when I worked, and sometimes fell in bed at midnight exhausted, I realize just how happy I am that I don’t have to anymore. … Continue reading
Book releases can be life-long a learning process. Hopefully I did it with some finesse. Last night 25 of my dearest friends joined me for a release party for my new novel, Blooming Justice. You know they are … Continue reading
My blog is late this week because we spent the weekend with family in Texas. We shopped, sampled a little wine, and visited. When family turns to friends, you know you’ve got a good relationship. My husband’s cousin … Continue reading
Last night was a blast! I cleared my life of a lot of books, but most importantly I saw some of my best friends. I had a release party for Stones of Sandhill Island and I sold out! … Continue reading
My friend, Cynthia Martinez and her husband Eduardo, grew up in Ecuador. She still has friends and family there and the latest rounds of earthquakes were too real for her. She had to do something to help out the … Continue reading
Every year as I begin a new series of blogs I look for a theme. 2016 will be the year I attempt to cultivate gratitude. I, like a lot of people, have a lot to be grateful for. In … Continue reading
I had another great book signing at Hastings (many thanks to David and the crew) in Enid, again last night. My newest novel, Secrets of Sandhill Island, is making a splash (no pun intended). I saw so many people – some … Continue reading