Reading, reading, reading. I turn to my drug of choice...
The best book I've read in months...
'I hoped that in fiction, I might be able to re-write history so maybe Kat could save her ancestral home when that option was not available for my family.'
It's done! It's here! Well, the paperback is on Amazon now. And the Kindle version releases in just one more day, but you can pre-order now! And I am all atwitter! It's a thrill to see a book with your own name on it. And the thrill doesn't diminish I find, the second time you … Continue reading Home Place Hits the Shelves! November 18, 2020
I promised in my last post to say more about the setting for my latest novel Home Place, and I have LOTS to say because that Home Place is based on MY Home Place. Okay, let me be clear. I don't live there now. In fact, I haven't lived there for decades. But this particular … Continue reading The Actual HOME PLACE
How does time fly when a person barely leaves home? I don't know, but it does! There's no shortage of to-do's at Casa Crosiar - the start of a new semester (safely online), enjoying bright blooms, putting food by (the garden produced peppers and tomatoes in abundance!), laboring to understand how to promote a new … Continue reading Salutations October 2020
What do you say when someone asks how was your day, and it was a rough one? "This day was a real 2020." That's right. Once we thought of 2020 as perfect vision. And now? Not so much. I'm troubled most about lives cut short from our current twin plagues - the virus and racism. … Continue reading Salutations August 2020
May you live in interesting times. Whose blessing/curse was that? I don't know, but it's certainly been on my mind. We're certainly in the midst of those interesting times. In my home, we're among the luckiest. We have the privilege of standing to one side, not immediately affected in any important way. Our minor inconveniences … Continue reading Salutations July 2020
And here we are...still.
Here we are at home. Socially distant from friends, family, and our usual routines. What to do? How do we fight off cabin fever like we've never known cabin fever before? I'm convinced my answer lies in goal-setting. What would I do if I had a chunk of seclusion, a time-out from my usual? Hmm...maybe … Continue reading Goals for Play – My Recipe for Sanity