Strange and Scary Times


How are you doing in these strange and scary times we live in? Every day seems to add more suspense and drama to our lives. Will the grocery store have eggs? Should I even venture…

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More Writing, More Reading


I never know where this adventure of writing will take me. In between working on new projects, I occasionally write guest posts for other bloggers. Recently I was invited to post on Review Tales, a…

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News You Can Use


Over the holidays, we continued our nomad existence with continuous travel. Three states in less than two weeks kept us going. As did the people we went to see. Our first stop took us to…

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Holiday Reading


Even with all the travel and holiday events, I manage to squeeze in time to read. This month I enjoyed three books I’d like to share with you. Kiss of Deception Kiss of Deception features…

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Fun Reading that Made Me Think


Summer was way too short this year, with the snow handing around into April. And now we’ve got an early fall heralded by lots of chilly rain. But as quick as the summer was, I…

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Reading During the Polar Vortex


This winter we endured the joy and delight of the polar vortex, when the temperature plummeted well below zero and made walking to the mailbox into a frigid hike. All that cold made winter sports…

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Bridger: A Dystopian Serial


Bridger: A Dystopian Serial is a science fiction story told in serial form that takes the reader on a cross-world adventure full of danger, lies and romance. After I read the first installment, I was…

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Reading Adventures for 2019


  Reading is a refuge, an escape, a guilty pleasure, a doorway to other worlds, a way to live through others. And reading also helps me become a better writer. Thinking ahead to 2019, I’ve…

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A Mixed Bag of Summer Reading


Usually when I read for pleasure, I’m looking for entertainment. While fantasy and historical fiction are two of my favorite genres, I’m not stuck on them. This week I read books in three different genres:…

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More Fun Than Facebook


See all those kids with their noses glued to their phones? That’s what my mother used to say about me. Except my nose was stuck in a book. People scoff at those who seem glued…

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