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By on Saturday, Sep 24, 2016 | 0 comments

My Saturday blog this week will be a Sunday evening post, because I'm going to a special event... a Romance Writers' Tea Party! Will share details with you tomorrow evening! This week, the cover for my December book came out, and I think it's beautiful! See it on Amazon, where it's up for pre-order, and [...]

The Sound of Silence

By on Saturday, Sep 17, 2016 | 4 comments

For years, especially in the summers when the kids were home from school, I dreamed of being away from everyone to be able to write--alone. Anyone who's a mom trying to work at home knows the feeling--the constant interruptions, the steady in-and-out of people. Even the pets can be annoying. It grates on you after [...]

What Start Trek Did for Girls…at least for this one.

By on Saturday, Sep 10, 2016 | 2 comments

Star Trek turned fifty this week! As a diehard trekkie from the age of twelve, I couldn't let this anniversary go by without trying to put into words what Star Trek (still) means to me after all these years.  I was just a young geeky teen when reruns from the 60’s show were on TV [...]

Pride and Prejudice

By on Saturday, Aug 27, 2016 | 1 comment

I love reading historical romances and novels. Actually, I wrote four historical romances (two Regency and two Victorian) and a Jane Austen short story before I got published. But I was not a natural at it for sure! I spent so many hours stopping the writing and then researching everything from the types of teacups [...]

Summer Recap

By on Saturday, Aug 20, 2016 | 0 comments

It's been a terrific summer, but there are signs that it's coming to an end. Kids are heading back to school and my grocery store is already selling everything with pumpkin in it and making orange, yellow, and brown icing for the cakes. (Not complaining--I love pumpkin!) Summer started officially with my daughter graduating from college. [...]

A Personal Assistant

By on Saturday, Aug 6, 2016 | 0 comments

Every summer I think about how trying to work with kids around the house is like continually stabbing yourself in the eye with a pen. I still feel that way, even though my children are nineteen and above now, and have been in and out this summer as their lives have dictated.  But for a [...]

A Real Atmospheric Theater

By on Saturday, Jul 23, 2016 | 4 comments

The proscenium arch of the theater. See the stars? In my latest Mirror Lake small-town romance that released this week, This Loving Feeling, there is a fabulous old theater from the 1920's that's in need of restoration. It's a big, splendid "Movie Palace" from the 1920's, and it's modeled after one in my very own [...]


By on Saturday, Jul 9, 2016 | 4 comments

On a recent rainy day, I went to the antique mall with my daughter who just graduated college, looking for some bargains for when she will soon move into a tiny one-room apartment for grad school. I love antiques because they remind me of my childhood. But I realized my daughter doesn't know the history [...]

Summer of Champions

By on Saturday, Jun 25, 2016 | 0 comments

Needs no caption! So awesome. This week, those of us who live in Northeast Ohio are still reeling with ecstasy from the fact that the Cavs brought home the NBA championship. And brought home they did! Three times the population of Cleveland showed up downtown for the victory parade. My daughter got close enough to [...]

Summer of Cicadas

By on Saturday, Jun 18, 2016 | 0 comments

I took this lovely pic in our nearby park. Note the big bulgy red eyes! **I have a book releasing in a few days. Check out my author page here for giveaways, info about an Entangled Facebook party, and blog tour stops, all happening this upcoming week! My newsletter with giveaways comes out on Monday [...]