Wednesday, and still at the synopsis!

| September 30, 2015

I love Wednesdays, because you still have a few days of week left, but I start to feel all crowded by the things I haven’t done. Today, I have to have my nails done. It’s the only girly thing I do, and they look as if I’ve been grinding them on sandpaper. Could have done […]

Rule Breaking

| September 29, 2015

I’d love to break the rules. I’m naturally someone who wants to do the right thing. I come from a long line of rule breakers, and while they terrify me, I secretly wish I could be a little more like them. A friend once told me that behind my back in high school, people called […]

Where’s Your Place?

| September 28, 2015

Mine is the beach–the place where my soul is at peace. There’s an old Little River Band song, “I was born in the sight of water…” Every time I hear those words I think, that’s who I am. I lived on a small island with water as the background to my life. Walking to school, […]

Peril on the Screen

| September 24, 2015

This is a review for R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril. I’m a touch behind in my reading, but I’ve watched some TV mystery. I have this subscription to Warner Archive Instant. I love that service. They provide movies and TV that you can’t find, including Hawkins, a mystery movie series starring Jimmy Stewart. Hawkins is a West Virginia […]

Working on Something New

| September 23, 2015

I’m writing with abandon, something I haven’t been used to in the past year and a half. Funny how you lose that ability if you don’t use it. When I finished the last book in my contract, I had this rush of freedom and excitement. I sat down at the computer and the words flew from […]

Don’t Stop Dreaming with Kimberly Dean’s Dream Weavers Series

| September 22, 2015

Today I welcome author Kimberly Dean, who’s excited to announce the release of the second book in her Dream Weavers series, Dream Walker. To celebrate, she’s offering the first book, Dream Man, for free for a limited time on Smashwords! Dream Walker Take a walk on the wild side! Research scientist Shea Caldwell has always […]

R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril X

| September 4, 2015

I can tell Autumn’s finally coming! The #RIPX reading challenge has started. In years past, Carl V Anderson at Stainless Steel Droppings hosted the R.eaders I.mbibing Peril challenge. This year, The Estella Society is hosting. You can choose the challenge you want to do–reading books or short stories, watching movies or television, joining a group read. All […]