Cliare’s connection to Libby had been formed in the primordial mud pie of early childhood. Continue reading Read the first chapter here for free!
I belong to a book club with good friends I’ve known for years. When my book launched earlier this year–during … Continue reading I have a few questions…
“…one of the reasons for writing was to poke fun at the reigning glumness in here.” Continue reading Bedtime Book Report: Quarantine Edition
While there is much loss, much sadness in Ordinary Grace, it is ultimately a hopeful story. Continue reading Book Report: The unexpected miracle of another day
“Lot of stories. Sad thing when stories die for the lack of listenin’ ears.” Continue reading Book Report: Finding ourselves in lost stories
The fictional Claire Jordan, was by no means a stellar high school student. But luckily, she realized she needed a way out of Carson City that held at least some promise. Continue reading Friday Field Trip : Cal-State University, Fullerton
Placentia is my hometown. Back in 1950 it was a small town with a population of about 1600. By the … Continue reading Friday Field Trip: Placentia, California
“I did not hesitate to be disagreeable to preserve my independence.” Continue reading Book Report: Talk about a rebellious teenager!
At thirty, the fictional Claire Jordan finds her calling in international relief and takes a job with UNICEF, the United … Continue reading Friday Field Trip: UNICEF & NYC
After months of sheltering in place, I found myself more distractible than I like. You too? Reading my normal fare—historical … Continue reading Book Report: Three books that helped me escape