Tag Archive | novels

This Week in the Writer’s House: #40 Happy New Year! #amwriting #amreading

Hello All,

Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe it’s 2019 already! So far, it’s been pretty busy. I’ve been making some prayer journals for people at church, packing away Christmas decor for another year, and gearing up for several author events. Speaking of author events, Continue reading

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In the Writer’s House: It’s Christmas!

Hello Friends,

I’ve been away from blogging for several weeks, but not from writing! I’ve been working on my next novel, Accident Encounter, A Chance Encounter novel, coming out next fall.

But during this time of year, I love all things Christmas! And next week, I’ll have a special announcement. So watch for that post.

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In the Writer’s House #36: A Great Article in Family Mag! #militarylife #milspouse/ret #gift

School is going well so far around here, and we are anticipating when the fall temps will arrive. My kids are waiting for baked goodies, like cinnamon rolls, pumpkin bread, and chocolate zucchini cake. Continue reading

In the Writer’s House #34: Summer Writing Time is Dwindling!! #amwriting

Oh, my gosh! Where did this summer go? Actually, unfortunately, I know where it went. Mostly to physical therapy and exercises and not to writing 😦 But, I am free once again and hard at work on novel number 3. Continue reading

In the Writer’s House #33b: Do you Suffer from Library Book-itis too? #amreading Part 2

Last week, I showed you all the library books I had checked out currently from three area libraries our family frequents. If you missed the whole 83-book-pile, you can see it here. This week, I thought I’d show you the breakdown of genres, and explain why I have so many. #bookworm problems Continue reading

In the Writer’s House #33: Do You Suffer From Library Book-itis Too? #amreading Part 1

Oh, my. I just can’t seem to help myself. I feel like new books are coming at me at the speed of an Indie 500 car. I go to several libraries to write. And hardly ever come home empty handed. Can you relate? Continue reading