I’m excited to announce that my books can now be purchased at 410 Collective in Denison, Texas for $10 each! This unique shop, located at 410 Main Street, offers many delightful items from local craftsmen and entrepreneurs. I hope you’ll stop by, purchase a book (or two!), and enjoy shopping from the other vendors, as well. Oh, and be sure to check out their coffee shop…I enjoyed a yummy latte there!
I’m very lucky to have the opportunity to join a group of local writers who meet to share and critique current projects. In a recent session, conversation turned to where we write and how the setting impacts our creativity. So, tell me…where do you write? Or paint, or draw, or knit? Does nature foster your creativity? Or do you sit in an office, at a computer? In a comfy chair in your living room? At a local coffee shop? I’d love to hear your ideas about your favorite place to get creative.
I’m excited to announce the publication of my third book, Garment of Destiny. I hope you enjoy this sequel to A Thousand Fibers. This book returns to the lives of Nicole Barker and Gina West, while offering a little insight into the issues surrounding refugees and their contributions to society. As we were reminded by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we are all connected in a single garment of destiny.
This is definitely my favorite time of year! In Texas, high temperatures continue throughout September, when I’m ready for summer to end. Thankfully, October has brought cooler days. I can enjoy the outdoors and I look forward to Halloween and Thanksgiving. Which is your favorite season?
If you haven’t yet read Mid-Century Remodel, you now have an opportunity to order and read it for FREE! I think you’ll love the characters in this book and enjoy how the tough septuagenarian, Charlotte Tilian approaches life, including the mysterious threats she begins to receive. The free offer is available at Amazon from September 27 – October 1, and applies to the e-book version. So, if you have a Kindle, order your free copy. If you know someone else who has a Kindle, urge them to order a free copy. And please – let me (and others) know what you think of it by writing a review!