Baseball Girl Receives Some Hometown Press in Annapolis

Thanks to my friend Tim Thomas, writer Sarah Hainesworth, and photographer Paul Gillespie at The Annapolis Capital for running this great feature story on Baseball Girl in Sunday’s Life section. I’m so happy they were willing to get the word out about my second novel. Thanks for the support! Click here to read the article… Read More Baseball Girl Receives Some Hometown Press in Annapolis

Blogging for the Annapolis Film Festival 2015

I’m absolutely thrilled to have been asked to be one of the bloggers for the upcoming Annapolis Film Festival scheduled for March. Having returned to the Annapolis area after residing in Baltimore and then Ellicott City for many years, it is my pleasure to promote such a worthwhile event. Likewise, my first novel entitled “Beneath… Read More Blogging for the Annapolis Film Festival 2015

Overworked? Overweary? Overstressed? Take A Day Trip. It Does Wonders.

There are a plethora of reasons why we need to get away from it all, if only for a few hours. We are overworked, overstressed, overweary, overextended, overtaxed, overstimulated—just plain over it. And thus, the good “doctor,” whomever that may be—a friend, a spouse, a mother, a father, a child, a healthcare provider—tells us to… Read More Overworked? Overweary? Overstressed? Take A Day Trip. It Does Wonders.

The Top 10 Things You Won’t Find in “Beneath the Mimosa Tree” and 8 Reasons Why Your Mother Will Like It

*** No, you certainly won’t. You certainly won’t find any of these things in my novel, counting down from number 10 to number one. Here you go… 10.     Postapocalyptic survival fights (Who would dare now?) 9.    Controversial issues (Jodi Picoult corners the fiction market with these topics.) 8.    Good and bad witches (I’m obsessed,… Read More The Top 10 Things You Won’t Find in “Beneath the Mimosa Tree” and 8 Reasons Why Your Mother Will Like It

Help. I think my characters are real.

____________________________________________________________ I just need a few more dedicated hours to finish the final edits of my novel. I’ve worked hard to make Michael’s voice sound like a man. My stellar editor Cheryl Klein’s final comments to me were that Michael’s voice needs to sound a little different from Annabelle’s voice, even though they are soulmates.… Read More Help. I think my characters are real.