Tag Archives: Georgia

Ane Mulligan: Author, Director, Sister Redhead

Ane Mulligan is one of my favorite people on the planet. Fun and funny, practical and pragmatic, and talented beyond belief, she spent years as ACFW’s Zone Coordinator and favorite cheerleader. In 2019, she shifted those responsibilities to me so … Continue reading

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Kindle Freebie!

Free on Kindle during the week of April 12, 2020! All the novellas in A Southern Season, including my 2019 Selah Award finalist, Ice Melts in Spring, are set in the great American south, from the Gulf of Mexico, where … Continue reading

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Just in Time for the New Year!

From my own Selah Finalist, Ice Melts in Spring, to Ane Mulligan’s Christmas delight, A Magnolia Blooms in Winter, with Eva Marie Everson’s Lillie Beth in Summer and Claire Fullerton’s Through an Autumn Window, all four wonderful stories in this collection can be … Continue reading

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A Southern Season: FREE!

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

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A Southern Season–Pre-Order Info!

Hard to believe I’m already promoting another book, but what can I say? I’m excited! A Southern Season: Four Stories from a Front Porch Swing is now available for pre-order! Its official release date isn’t until November, but for the print … Continue reading

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Review: Chapel Springs Revival

Get your giggle-box oiled up and ready to rumble, ’cause Chapel Springs Revival is going to put it to good use. Patsy Kowalski and Claire Bennett are well on their way into the “unforgettable character” category for folks who love … Continue reading

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Southern Grits

Hard to believe I’m having a discussion about grits on two loops, one in Facebook Groups and another on LinkedIn. I bet you can figure how these discussions are going, too. Equal parts of “I hate/love grits” and grits recipes. … Continue reading

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Noonday and Onions and the Good Life

Nothing too unusual about an old farmer in a tractor, except this particular old farmer hasn’t worked on a farm in about four decades. This cover-all clad cutie is my husband, trying out his dream tractor in Noonday, Texas. In … Continue reading

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