Category Archives: mother
‘I behold not and seeth a gentle visage. All I seeth art scowl and ang’r, darkness and demons howling f’r mine own death’~Mary, Queen of the Scots. In “The Queens’ Lover”. Advertisements
Each year for the holiday season a book is selected to be given a free gift. No, this has nothing to do with Uncle Sam nor any other Sam you may have in mind. Read and find out who ‘Sam’ … Continue reading →
Free Copy of ~THE TREE~ I am told this is the last time this book will be listed in a give-away for quite some time.
Free Copy of ~THE TREE~ We are plowing forth with the series and next year we hope to present continual of it and new books as well.
Here in New York we woke up to a snow-covered morning. We are covered up to our hiney in the cold white stuff. So, there’s are no more excuses not to read a book unless you prefer wading through a … Continue reading →
Would you stop and render aid to some one lying beside the road even if the cost was high and dangerous?
In Bea’s Halloween” Ana and Bea finds themselves making an unintentional detour into a new town after finding a woman who has been badly beaten and left for dead lying by the side of the back roads they frequent. They … Continue reading →
Mothers make great authors because they’re accustomed to multitasking, dealing with harrowing situations, and people whining and complaining. ~A. White
My publisher forwarded this to me this afternoon. It’s the live broadcasting of the book and series. I had no idea how my work would sound alive. Especially in a Live Radio Broadcasting commercial. The link leads to a video … Continue reading →
That fourteen and fifteen-year-old girls should not be dying at the hands of their lovers and boyfriends in relationships ruled by domestic violence. That the all over acceptance of domestic violence in teen relationship started in the late seventies and … Continue reading →