Its poignancy gets me every single time. Perhaps because in 1986 when the movie came out my daughters were growing up way too fast. I could see a time when they would be gone from home and be literally somewhere out there. Continue reading What song speaks to you and why?
Amazon’s Prime Day is for books too! Us, Now and Then is specially priced starting at 99 cents on July … Continue reading PRIME time for books!
Ebooks can be gifted with just a click and an email address. Start by clicking here. While you’re there you … Continue reading Happy, healthy, and hopeful holidays!
Just how big a deal is a small-town parade? Pretty big. Continue reading Friday Field Trip: Nevada Day Parade
If this sounds familiar, you’re right. I published it back in May, but thought I’d re-post today. Libby’s story of how she spent the morning of September 11 is very nearly my story. Again, writing what I know. Continue reading Friday Field Trip: City Cafe’ & Bakery
A similar event happened to me at my friend Joan’s house, although it was sloe gin fizzes and her sweet father who called my parents. Continue reading Friday Field Trip: A & W Root Beer
After months of sheltering in place, I found myself more distractible than I like. You too? Reading my normal fare—historical … Continue reading Three books that helped me escape
A many of you know, much of Us, Now and Then takes place in Carson City, Nevada between the 1950s … Continue reading Friday Field Trip: Carson City
In my novel, Us, Now and Then, the fictional Libby McCormack gets her first teaching job at the very real … Continue reading Friday Field Trip: Edith W. Fritsch Elementary School
Bordewich Bray School sits in the heart of historic Carson City, near the old St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church … Continue reading Friday Field Trip: Bordewich Bray School
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