Writer’s block comes from not knowing your subject well enough to have something to say about it. When I step into my character’s world or experiences, my thoughts and senses are filled to overflowing, and the words automatically splash all over the page. At the moment, my writing is in […]
Category: Guest Post
My heart jumped into my throat as I watched the plastic-wrapped plastic forks drop onto the table. NO! I thought. Not those!
We had the map, the trail was mostly a loop with a few intersecting paths going across it. How hard could it be to get where we needed to? Yeah, famous last words! I’m not sure if it was that the trails were poorly maintained and therefore we didn’t even […]
High tea at the Ritz-Carlton isn’t an everyday occurrence for me, as you can probably imagine. And yet, my dear friend Kit felt it was important to treat me for my birthday. She was such a sweet lady, always thinking of others and always giving of herself. Having tea in […]
Derek was a new creation. He had been saved out of a life of sin. He was white as snow.
We’re celebrating the release of Fate and Fortune: Part One, the first part in a Young Adult contemporary romance duology. Read the author’s message below, then come back on Thursday, September 20th to read an excerpt, and on Saturday, September 22nd to read a second excerpt. Don’t forget to enter the book/Amazon gift […]
“Don’t worry about the smell in the water. It’s normal when it hasn’t been run for a while.” With those words of wisdom, the home inspector assured us there was nothing wrong with the well and the water treatment system of the house we were buying. And we naively believed […]
I’m so grateful to Mary Davis for sharing this delightful guest post with us today! She is the author of the newly released book The Widow’s Plight which I will be reviewing here next week. Be sure to come back on August 16 (Thursday) to hear more about the book. […]