Inspirational Moments and Memories

3 Weeks to Release Day

My novella, Serena’s New Year’s Wish, will be released in three weeks on Friday, November 5. I am so excited about this book! It’s a sequel to my Christmas Wish novella. Serena’s New Year’s Wish will arrive just in time for the holidays. Serena came to Chicago for a fresh start. She never imagined that…

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The Storm inside my Brain

I read somewhere that a person can be predisposed to bipolar disorder and never experience it in life. But another person who is predisposed might have enough stresses in life to bring it out.

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Welcome October

I love it when God works like that in my writing, slipping in dialogue and expressing Biblical truths that add another dimension to the story. That’s one reason why I don’t stick to a writing schedule.

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Meet the Author: Sharon René

My guest today is Sharon René, author of the newly released YA dystopian novel, Hesitatnt Heroes. Sharon, welcome to my blog today. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I was born in Mississippi and have lived in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida. I now live in Memphis, Tennessee. I am an only child and have…

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Fall News

It’s a little early to start announcing events that are coming up in November, but I have a few things I want to share as a preview: Serena’s New Year’s Wish, a sequel novella to my 2019 Christmas Wish, is due to be released in November. I will be cohosting a launch party with another…

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Cats and puzzles: What’s up with that?

My kids like to do jigsaw puzzles on the dining room table. For some reason, that attracts the cats. We keep a bottle of water nearby to spray them when they jump up there, but sometimes they are too cute and I take pictures first. Here are some of the latest: Stormy Ash Of course,…

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Hello September

Back to school, football, hot chocolate and marching band. Those are what I think of when I think of September. One of my favorite memories is going to the high school football games with my sister, who was older and in marching band. I’d buy hot chocolate and sit in the bleachers. I’d pretend that…

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