Lovable Fans

During the height of the pandemic, I received my all time favorite fan email from Penny. She wrote: “I’ve read book 1&2 can’t find book 3 any place. I am going crazy. Please… Continue reading


I planned on finishing the first three plots of my six book series by the end of February. I didn’t make my goal. And it’s all Lisa’ fault. 😉 Lisa and Mary read… Continue reading

Lost and Found

A friend gave me a $50 gift certificate from an art store for my birthday—she gave it to me years ago, pre-covid. I put it in my wallet and forgot about it, until… Continue reading

My Brain Does Not Move in a Straight Line

All weekend, I planned to reread the third plot of my 6 book series and make a few changes. Then I’d have the first three plots reasonably finished and I could work on… Continue reading

People of Akiane Trilogy is Finished

My trilogy is finished and published on all things Amazon. It’s already getting good ratings. Here is an excerpt, from the beginning of the first chapter of Jessica’s Mission. It was to be… Continue reading


Something unusual happened. I had a great night sleep and woke up at 7AM and was greeted by a beautiful new day.

Miss Me? I’m back!

Happy New Year to All I’ve been away for a bit. I’m sure a few of you have wondered what happened to me. I had a set back with Adrenal Fatigue. I decided… Continue reading

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Bond of Friendship

This week Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge topic is Pets and Farm Animals. I chose pets. Met this couple at the park and talked a bit. A few minuets later I saw… Continue reading

Sunday Photo fiction: Instagram

Travis wanted to be a model. Billy wanted to be a professional photographer. Together, they decided to make a portfolio of photographs. They posted the photos on Instagram and went viral. Travis never… Continue reading

One Park at a Time: A Ray of Hope in Trouble Times

Doesn’t seem like much, a parking lot filled with cars, but it might be the sign of the times. I like parks of all sizes. They’re great places to explore. I used to… Continue reading

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