Laughter Lifts the Heart
Several years into it, and this blog still refuses to be categorized. It's eclectic and includes everything from writing posts to snippets from my ordinary life.
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A Southern Season
Skydiving to Love: a Novella
The Cat Lady’s Secret
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Woo-hooo!!! I’m excited to announce The Cowboys collection, releasing August 15th from Smitten (an imprint of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas). I’ve written very few historical pieces: one that I never published; one, Slider, that won honorable mention in the … Continue reading
For this week only, you can get A Southern Season for you Kindle, free! This collection includes my novella, Ice Melts in Spring, which is a 2019 Selah Award finalist (winners announced in May). All the stories are set in the … Continue reading
Give the Lady a Ride is part of a giveaway event And look what else is involved: enough romances to keep your heart throbbing throughout the month of March! To enter the drawing, just click here between now and March 6! DATE … Continue reading
When someone says “radio,” my first image is of the knobs in my car or the semi-useless black thing that sits on my kitchen counter. I often forget about blog radio, but my interview with Along Came a Writer host, … Continue reading
Freelance editor Cathy Rueter is having a grand re-opening of her website, Up in the Attic, and I get to help her kick it off! Between the snafu she was having and the fact I was gone all morning, I’m just … Continue reading
Today, I’m visiting with Susan Baganz, “encourager, scribe, and silly mother of Hobbits.” She’s also the acquisitions editor for Prism Book Group, specializing in historical and contemporary Christian romance. I share with her my pet peeves and one of my … Continue reading