This Week in the Writer’s House #41: Rewriting Accident Encounter


I know I haven’t written in a while, but I wanted to let you know that yes, I’m still here! I am in the middle of rewrites on my third novel, Accident Encounter, part of my Chance Encounter inspirational romance series.

Tulips in my front yard


I am also still reading, I’m way ahead on my Goodreads challenge with 36 books read so far. I am enjoying Dean Koontz’s Jane Hawk series, a Victorian mystery series, and a host of others.

I am happy to see the sun shining more regularly and to see the temps well into the 70s or 80s. A little bit high for this time of year, but it sure cheers me up.

Upcoming Events

The first Saturday in May, I will be participating in a library author fair and meeting readers. I’m looking forward to that. I will post more about that later.

Later in May, our family will go on vacation to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and boy are we excited for that! I love being able to walk barefoot on the sand and hear and see the ocean.

In June, I will be traveling to Kentucky with a friend to attend a writing conference there offering several workshops I’m interested in.

Family Life

In other news, we are gearing up for our second oldest to graduate next month. This will be our second homeschool graduate, with two more to go! We have ordered some party supplies and I am looking at invitation ideas on Pinterest, which is always fun! She is going to be an EMT and then get her Paramedic degree.

I wish you all peace and a blessed Easter season!

Keep reading and/or writing!

Blessed beyond measure,


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