Author of "WE ARE DIFFERENT NOW" - A Grandparent's Journey Through Grief and first place award winning novel "FOOTPRINTS IN THE FROST". Contributing author to anthologies "Felons, Flames & Ambulance Rides", "American Blue", "Recipes by the Book: Oak Tree Authors Cook" and "The Centennial Book of The National Society of Daughters of the Union 1861-1865". Numerous articles, poems and short stories published since 1990. Charter Member of the Public Safety Writers Association and member of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. Winner of ten writing awards. I live in a quaint Colorado mountain tourist town with my husband and Siamese cat. When deeps snows blanket the terrain and spectacular views from my windows, it becomes the perfect spot in which to write.
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Category Archives: fiction
In December 2017, having taken my book rights back from Oak Tree Press, I signed contracts for all three of my books with Aakenbaaken & Kent. The books are “We Are Different Now”, “Footprints in the Frost” and the soon-to-be … Continue reading →
Okay, all you writers and published authors out there, here’s a question for you to ponder and, hopefully, share your answer. Due to two years of my publishing house being dormant, I recently took back the rights to my two … Continue reading →
Spring cleaning meant we got into the closets and really cleaned them out, hauled stuff to the thrift store and filled trash cans to the top. And then, to fetch just one last bag on a top shelf, my husband … Continue reading →
Are you like me and wonder where in the world the time has gone this year? Seems like the days/weeks/months keep flying past and I’m having a hard time keeping up with the speed of it all. Today we are … Continue reading →
As writers, we are told write what you know. That’s what most would do anyway because what else are you going to write about? However writing what you know appears to create suspicions you’ve actually written your secret autobiography and the protagonist is your husband. I … Continue reading →