Several months ago, while cleaning out my file cabinet, I came across of paper work from a long ago Memorial Day weekend. Several co-workers and I were sitting in a bar Friday night and decided to drive to Virginia Beach for the weekend. No, we weren't drunk. But we were young and optimistic. Surely Virginia … Continue reading Memorial Day Adventure
Maybe this isn't a problem, but rather an annoyance. And in the grand scheme of the COVID-era, it's downright ridiculous. At my day job, I wear a headset to talk on the phone. I wear eyeglasses, too, but I've never developed the habit of wearing them all the time. On and off, depending on what … Continue reading First World “Problem”
It's that time of hear again! Thinking about next year and what I'm going to use as a planner. For the past three years, I used one company, and I loved the planner. The cover said, "She Designed A Life She Loved," and that meant so much to me. A few weeks ago I learned … Continue reading Thursday Thoughts: Planners
At long last, I finished the first draft of BESIEGED BY THE MOON. The story challenged me as a writer. I shared some of my troubles with the writing here, but I think you'll find the story was worth the wait. I'll have a publication date soon.
No excerpt this month. I've been struggling with the final book of the Service for Sanctuary trilogy. I like the hero. I like the heroine, although I still don't know her as well as I need to. I took time off around the holidays to open my mind to her. That's why my publisher graciously … Continue reading MJ Monday-Manuscript: Confession Time