Showing posts from December, 2012
MerryChristmas everyone!

This has been an interesting year full of surprises and challenges. I published my first two books and got a bit more involved with my wonderful writing club-Romance Authors of the Heartland. Thanks to all of you who have read the books and for your insightful comments.

My husband and I lost our precious little dog Gracie to a brain tumor on Halloween. We miss her everyday. My tribute to her are twelve years of wonderful memories and book three. Grace Freeport is the name of a new character. Grace, of course for her name, and Freeport is the town she is from in Illinois. The title is (for now) Autumn Faith-Grace's Story.

I am on chapter two and hope to publish it late this spring.
Well, time to go bake some pies to take to the family dinner today.

"May your days be merry and bright..."

I'd love to hear form you on this blog.

Faith, hope, love shows through

Thanks to the local paper for this neat article.
Lewis Central history teacher to publish third book

Neat article

Last week I was blessed to be featured in an article in my local paper.It tied in my American History teaching job with my second career writing. It was fun to have people stop me and remark on it. Funny how a little encouragement can go a long way. 

I guess that's a good lesson. Even a simple smile or kind word can change someone's entire outlook. Have a peaceful week-end. You're worth it and so am I. Remember the old psychology book, I'm Okay, You're Okay. Still great advice.