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  Local friends...There are several places you can come get your autographed copy of my latest novel - The Blue Clay Pot I will be selling books with the Gold Country Writers at the Gold Country Fair. The booth is open all during the fair, … [Read More]

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October Book Reviews

Girl in Disguise by Greer Macallister. This novel is based on a true story of the first woman hired as a Pinkerton detective. In her notes, Macallister states that not much was known about Kate Warne, but she used what she could find to right a detective and love story. I liked this book, but […]

Repeating Myself

I post a new blog every Friday. This means I have to think of ideas constantly. I keep a log on my phone and jot down ideas for blogs. Then I go to my computer, pull up the list and write. That’s what I’m doing right now. Reviewing my list. Trouble is, I didn’t track […]

Change of Plans

It has always been difficult for me to change plans. I start each day, each week, even each month with a visual list in my head of how things will go. On my current road trip things have not gone according to plan. I left home a week ago to travel to Colorado to stay […]

A Good Death

So, occasionally I think about death. Not obsessively or in a bad way, but face it, I’m older and some of my friends have died. I am definitely in a different phase of life than I was five years ago. All of sudden material things have very low value. (This is a good thing because […]

September Book Reviews

Perla by Carolina De Robertis. I was lucky enough to hear De Robertis speak at a workshop and her story and background intrigued me. I have since read two of her books. This story, that of young Perla Correa, took me to a world I had never heard of. Inspired by the actual disappearance of […]

Egocentric

The other day I was people watching, something I am prone to do as a writer and as a snoopy human being. I was at the health club, swimming laps, (okay, resting between laps) and I saw a few folks I know. One of them was people watching too. I could tell by the way […]