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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Give the Lady a Ride
The Final Ride
Ride to the Altar
Circle Bar Ranch Coloring Book
A Southern Season: Four Stories from a Front Porch Swing
Skydiving to Love: a Novella
The Cat Lady’s Secret
Writing in Obedience
Category Archives: Ride to the Altar
Congrats, Linda! Please contact me through this link so I can get your address and send you your prize! For everyone who participated, thank you so much! I had a great time answering your comments, and your interest honored and … Continue reading
Last day of the tour! I’m with author and honorary mom figure, Sylvia Stewart, today sharing what I consider to be the 10 Commandments for Writers. The list includes a lot of prayer and thanksgiving, because as authors, we need … 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
Today, I reveal a favorite reader’s comment and other fun facts to mystery/YA author Mary L. Hamilton during our interview. The Circle Bar Ranch Blog Tour Giveaway ends Friday, so be sure to leave a comment on Mary’s blog and … Continue reading
Western Wisdom: Success About that blog tour—you still with me? Today I share words of encouragement with Jody Day’s readers on her Love Colored Glasses blog. I tell of coming away from a writing conference with an unfulfilled desire in my heart. … Continue reading
Wonder how I got the idea for the Circle Bar Ranch series? It all started with a couple of television programs, and I tell Linda Glaz’s readers all about it!
Sandy Ardoin invited me to join both of her blogs, so I’m with her today on her blog, Strong and Courageous, and tomorrow for Seriously Write. Strong and courageous aren’t terms I’d use for the nine-year-old me, standing on the high-diving board overlooking … Continue reading