Monthly Archives: August 2011

End of an Era

Four years ago on an October afternoon, I was driving away from the Gallatin Field Airport in a purple P.T. Cruiser and into the curving gold of the Montana hills. I had a Montana highway map and a fat mug … Continue reading

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A Sale, a Start

Good things DO come to those who wait. (And persevere. And pray. But that’s another story.) I’m pleased to announce that I’ve sold my novel, KEOWEE VALLEY. A mainstream historical adventure and romance, it will be published in Fall 2012 … Continue reading

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Teach Your Children Well

In life, there are the big moments–movie climax moments, when the sun is setting and the important music is playing, the music crescendoing, when everything becomes golden and exciting and full of promise–and then there are the small moments, when … Continue reading

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