Australia Burns – benefit book
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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Tag Archives: Oklahoma fairytale
It’s Sunday and that means blog day!!! I hope you don’t get sick of what I have to say on Sunday, but it is important to me. Fewer possessions, more experiences is the theme this year. I’ve been … Continue reading
Twice a year the Heavener Runestone Park in southeastern Oklahoma holds its Viking Fest in April and October with all things Viking and Celtic. The park is loaded with costumed characters and families on outings. Picnics are held … Continue reading
It’s summer and time for family vacations – and book sales! I’ve put the two Glome’s Valley books on sale in Kindle form for $.99 each for the rest of the month just in time for summer vacations. If … Continue reading
The forests of Oklahoma are magical. If you look hard enough, you will find trolls, fairies, runestones, magic swords – and Norse gods. And there might even be dragons. The Glome’s Valley series takes place in southeast Oklahoma at … Continue reading
Something new indeed! I want to show you the cover for the second in the Glome’s Valley series – Return to Glome’s Valley. The cover was created by the uber talented, Diana Haslett. The release date is still to … Continue reading
The forests of Oklahoma are magical and is the setting for a Peter Pan-type Oklahoma fairytale, Glome’s Valley and the soon-to-be-released Return to Glome’s Valley. When Ethan came to Heavener, Oklahoma he didn’t believe in ghosts, fairies, or smelly … Continue reading