Welcome! So glad you stopped by. Can’t think of anyone else I'd rather see on the welcome mat of my cyber writing home. Oh, don’t worry! There’s no need to wipe your feet. What’s a good website without a little foot traffic, right? So, feel free to come right in.
Feeling peckish? Grab a light snack from my “Bookshelf” where you’ll find a sampling of my published work and tidbits of completed novels on their path to publication.
I just put on a fresh pot of joe – doesn’t matter what time it is. There’s always coffee brewing in this house. Perhaps you’d like to grab a cup and sit down for a chat? If so, check out my “Blog” where we can celebrate our successes, talk about the trials and tribulations of being a writer (or a wife, or a mom), and perhaps pick up a few helpful hints along the way. We've got some pretty nifty features like our "Middle-Grade Mystery Mondays" where every Monday the blog will feature an exciting, new middle-grade mini-mystery for young readers and the young at heart. Come back for your free swag as we giveaway our "Tuesday Treats", lots of fun items for readers and writers alike! It's happy hump-day with the "Wednesday Writing Wrap-Up" on the first Wednesday of every month as we share information gleaned from across the world-wide web of interest to readers and writers alike.
Our "Thursday Thoughts" will feature funny cartoons from the artist's pen to help pick you up after you've labored through that third revision. And kick-start your weekend with our "Feature Fridays" where we will host book reviews, author interviews, cover reveals, and giveaways on the latest and greatest from the publishing world.
Facing the crushing sensation of writer's block? Don't know what to write? Check out the "Prompt & Circumstance" section for a weekly starter paragraph to get your pen scratching away on the page.
Still in the "starving writer" phase of your career? Ramen noodles serving as haute cuisine? Take a gander at our "Freebies & Fun Stuff" area filled with goodies to enrich your day if not your wallet.
If no one is home, or I have fallen asleep in my Kashi, please “Contact” me and let me know you came by. I would love to hear from you.