I’m addicted to Amy Harmon’s books as surely as I’m addicted to chocolate. Several things I love about Harmon’s books are:
- they put across a simple, yet profound moral
- her language is as rich and smooth as frosting over brownies, and
- the characters always become my best friends. Continue reading
Halloween is just around the corner. I was never the kind of kid who did the TRICK part of Halloween, but (as you probably can tell from all the chocolate drizzled into my posts), I really get into the TREAT part of this holiday. So Happy Halloween! Here are some TREATS from me. You can pretend it’s an edible message. Yum! Continue reading
I’m participating in a book launch today for Leisl Leighton’s new book, Killing Me Softly. So without further ado, I will turn the time over to Leisl to introduce us to her and her book.
I am a tall red head with an overly large imagination who can talk the hind leg off a donkey, so it came as no surprise to my family that I completely fell in love with Anne of Green Gables when my Nanna gave it to me for my 10th birthday. I too was a dreamer, who at times was overly dramatic and lived my life vicariously through the worlds written by others and in my own dreams. Continue reading
Today I have a literal FALL interview–but not the season. Ayden Morgen is here to tell us a little about her new book launch of FALL (book 2 in the Ragnarok Prophesies series).
Ayden, thanks so much for being here. Can you tell us a little about yourself?
Ayden: I live in Little Rock, Arkansas with my husband, three dogs, and demonic cat. I have a graduate degree in Criminal Justice and Law, and a Bachelor’s in Forensic Psychology. I put my education to use in a social work position with the state where I help transition the elderly and disabled back into the community after lengthy stays in one of the twenty-two nursing homes Continue reading
The weather is perfect right now! I love when the trees and bushes start to change colors and there is a tiny nip in the air. Our family took a walk yesterday on the greenbelt to enjoy the beauty! Hope you are enjoying your weather wherever you live!
Today I’m being interviewed over at Linda Clarke’s blog about my Eyes of Light series. Pop on over to her site and find out weird facts about me, and hopefully, not so weird facts about my books. Continue reading
I love autumn…but when I looked up what was special about October, I had to laugh.
Not only is it Cookie Month…
But National Diabetes Month…
And Sarcastic Month.
All 3 October ‘holidays’ seem to go together, don’t they?
But whether any of those ‘holiday’s thrill you or not, here’s hoping you have a great start to this month! Here are links to some of my favorite cookie recipes to get you started (and if you’re Diabetic, skip to Sarcastic Month, and tell me to keep my cookies to myself. Continue reading