What Makes Writers Scream

Question: Are you still writing? Answer: Nope. I stopped when the circus came to town. They needed a roadie so I figured why not. I could use the experience in case I don’t become a NYT Bestselling Author, I receive an eviction notice, or I’m eating out of restaurant garbage bins. The skills will open [...]

Follow You Home by Mark Edwards

Today is book review day, and I’ll be discussing Follow You Home by Mark Edwards, a psychological thriller. Book Description (I took Jeri's advice and wrote my own) This book is about Daniel and Laura, two Brits traveling through Europe before settling down and planting roots for their future. During their journey, they come across [...]

Book Pairing of Unseen with Gummy Bear Cake

Up until now, I’ve been hesitant about reviewing books, but I figured, just because I’m an author doesn’t mean I can’t comment as a reader. There’s nothing I can do if someone wants to retaliate, and I shouldn’t let that silence my opinions. I love discussing books, and since I don’t belong to a book [...]

Blog Flashback

YIKES! Last week, I missed my first weekly blog post this year. My husband and I have been doing some projects around the house, I've been working on the poetry anthology, and we're taking advantage of his vacation. Of course, I didn’t prepare much this week either. Here’s what I did do. I went to [...]

Author Interview with Mary R. Woldering

Welcome to my first author interview! Mary R. Woldering was kind enough to take the plunge with me. She is backstage, so please give a warm welcome to Mary, Mary, bo-bary, Banana-fana fo-fary, Fee-fi-mo-mary, Mary! 1.  Describe yourself in 150 words or less. Writer of Mystical History series Children of Stone. Costumer, student of wisdom, [...]