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Release Day Thank You’s!

Today is the official release day for my very first book, Falling in Fiji! I could post the blurb again. I could shove the buy links down your throat, but I’m not going to do any of that, because it’s freaking annoying. And I like you people! But…there is one thing I need to do. [..Read more]

Falling In Fiji – Cover Reveal!

It’s Cover Reveal time!!! Here is the book flat for Falling In Fiji! The book is available for preorder now and is coming October 13, 2015…a whole week earlier than planned. Autographed copies are available for sale on my website only. Please note, any autographed orders won’t be shipped until the official release! And in [..Read more]

Letting Go…

Posted on Jul 6, 2015 by   3 Comments | Posted in changes · children · empty nest · family · letting go · parenting

Our family changed yesterday. This had happened before, but yesterday was by far the hardest. Six years ago we moved from Florida to Pennsylvania leaving my then fifteen-year-old stepdaughter behind with her mother. It sucked, but it was necessary for our financial well-being and her social well-being. The job industry was tanking spectacularly so we [..Read more]

Snippet Sunday June 28, 2015

Posted on Jun 28, 2015 by   7 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

I’m back everyone…here’s a snippet from my novella Falling In Fiji! “You’re awfully quiet over there.” She leaned her head on his arm as they walked through thick growth forming a canopy over the curved wooden bridge. “Just thinking.” “About?” They stopped in the middle of the arch under a blanket of yellow and purple [..Read more]