Check your email inbox before you read this post if you've signed up for my newsletter. The reason I ask is because I sent out the Title Reveal newsletter this past Tuesday October 18, with an excerpt from my novel available only to subscribers. I hope you enjoy the special sneak peek! In this post, I will … Continue reading Writing Update: It’s Finally Been Decided!
I just got back from a trip out to IL visiting family, and thought I would share some of the highlights with you, foremost being the St. Louis Botanical Gardens. Originally we had intended to go to the old Train Station in St. Louis, which years back was a really cool place filled with shops. … Continue reading St. Louis Botanical Gardens and The Trip!
Draft #3 is done! Yes, it's finally DONE! On March 6th, the last chapter was revised. Those of you who follow me on Twitter probably saw my excited tweet. 🙂 (It took me a while to find time to write up this post though.) After a solid year of working on Draft #3, … Continue reading V.Chronicles Draft #3 DONE! Here’s a peek Behind the Scenes:
My haikus for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge–a fun activity and contest that is open for everyone to participate, and helps keep our creative writer’s mind active! This week’s words are: Color & Cover. “Shine Out” Night world colorless Under cover of darkness, Stars hope to shine out. ~ “Mist” Mist covers the lake Seeping from another world, Cold … Continue reading Haikus: Shine on & Mist
It's time for photos and more Springfield Trip fun! I think you will like the Art Museum. The first post was My Springfield Trip, and this is part 2 via another blog award. I was nominated for the Creative Blogger Award by author Rachael Ritchey (yes, I'm finally getting around to it! 😀 ) and sweet … Continue reading More Trip and the St. Louis Art Museum
Once we left the borders of New England there was no such thing as decaf iced coffee. Every place we stopped at along the main highway said they couldn’t make it. My mother’s famous words to them: “Do you have decaf coffee?” “Yes.” “Do you have ice?” “Yes.” “Then we’ll make it ourselves.”