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What does the world look like through plain, lazy days? Well, I’m not sure. My calendar is still full and I am still going. Sure, I did have a few down days here and there. For someone with three grown kids, I think I am busier now than I’ve been in years. My brain has finally shifted gears from having wedding reception nightmares to the next exciting thing on my plate, the Launch of Book 2, Between Two Fires. I am still a ways out and would love to have it out by Christmas, but not sure if that’s feasible.
You are gonna think I’m silly but that’s never stopped us from visiting before. I needed to chill for a couple days and I’d decided it was time to get going on my novel again. I began reading my first book, Long Journey Home, which was released in March…
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Come in, Come in. How are you? It’s been such a long time since we’ve had time to visit like this. I have coffee on in the kitchen. Help yourself. I am in the chair today exercising my mind for my body isn’t too compliant. Isn’t this rain wonderful!? It’s been raining so soft and... Continue Reading →
Book: Guarding the Legacy Author: Genie Clark Pages: 251 Genre: Romance Copyright: 2017 This week's book review is the third in the McNaughton family legacy series. It is a bit thicker than the first two and is oh so good to read. I was immediately immersed in this story. This books gets a high mark... Continue Reading →
Book: Adam- the McNaughton Legacy Author: Genie Clark Pages: 90 Copyright: 2016 Genre: Clean Fiction This little novella offered particular insight for the character of Adam from the McNaughton family. The oldest of three children he has a particular way about him that you can sympathize with. The setting is in rural Leon County between... Continue Reading →
Book: Rekindled Author: Tamera Alexander Pages: 334 Copyright: 2006 Genre: Christian Fiction This book- wow. First off, I love the cover and totally wish I could use it or something close to it for my new book. I had a real hard start getting going on this book. The prologue was great but I had... Continue Reading →