What Do You Do When You Finish a Series?
We’ve all been there as readers, writers and viewers. We spend an inordinate amount of time obsessing over worlds created by other humans and then suddenly the series is over. It’s over and you’ve lost your best friends. A wave of sadness envelops you as you walk the dog. You realize it’s because you’ve finished…
What Do You Do In Your Spare Time?
We all live busy lives. I was a little too busy to write anything lately so instead you get a visual sneak peek into my last few days! On Sunday I broke out my old Civil War Reenacting gear for a book fair. The dress was a real hit — it’s what gave me the…
An Encouraging Note to Mistake Makers
“Nowadays most people die of a sort of creeping common sense, and discover when it is too late that the only things one never regrets are one’s mistakes.” ― Oscar Wilde Some people come to the table with all of their research done. They’ve outlined every subplot of their future novel, they’ve studied the market,…
Top 5 Favorite Romantic Partners in Classic Literature
Hi everyone! After spending quite some time pondering the suffering of soldiers wounded at Gettysburg I thought I needed a quick pick-me-up. 🙂 Maybe you do too. I feel we need some love right now so I’m calling all readers to share the ladies and gentlemen they adore. I mean, who doesn’t like romance done…
A Strange and Blighted Land
Gettysburg: The Aftermath of a Battle In aftermaths of life even the best ideas on paper can leave a trail of human misery or a path to new life. Many times aftermaths are a mixture of both. In A STRANGE AND BLIGHTED LAND Gettysburg: The Aftermath of a Battle we travel more on the first…
Sunday at Middlemay Farm
“All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen.” Ralph Waldo Emerson The Tenafly Road Series
What’s Your Mission in Life?
How do you start with a tiny spark of inspiration and end with a six book series? I’ve just released THE ONE MY HEART LOVES, the fifth book in THE TENAFLY ROAD SERIES so I thought it would be fun to walk down memory lane. My writing mission that I didn’t know I had at…
How Has Reading Fiction Changed Your Life for The Better?
Non-Fiction vs. Fiction Just a simple question for today. For a long time I only read non-fiction to “better” myself and to build up knowledge about specific subjects. I enjoyed novels but saw them as a frivolous thing. Secretly I envied the authors and sometimes even the characters so I avoided them (I was the…