Moving on

Sunday, March 17, 2013


Maybe you can relate to this.  You keep thinking you should do something about that drip in the upstairs bathroom faucet, but inevitably the thought occurs to you when you are flying out the door late for an appointment.  So you forget about it, until one day you come home to a flooded bathroom or leaking ceiling because somebody left that particular sink plugged and well, you know the rest.

I've been thinking for quite a while now that I would like to expand this blog into a full-blown website with a few more bells and whistles.  So yesterday I decided to try linking my blog with Google+ because Google made it sound so advantageous and easy, and then I went out the door without checking the results.  When I came home I found that all the pictures on my blog had disappeared. I took it as a sign that it was finally time to REMODEL.  (If anyone out there has had a similar experience, I would love to hear about it.)

So, pardon the mess while I move on down the road to a new location with expanded features and lots of exciting news about my debut book, CRAZY (tentative title) and WIP, THE SCIENCE PROJECT (working title), as well as a Mind-Full of musings about anything to do with reading,writing, and mental health.

Please check back soon for my forwarding address, and thanks for your patience!

Wednesday, March 6, 2013


Well, that's a bit of a stretch......I'm not really on the road yet, but I have to admit I do spend some time daydreaming about when I will hit the trail to promote my debut book, tentatively titled CRAZY,  around August, 2014.  In the meantime, I'm keeping busy pushing ahead with the second book.  I'll be talking more about that in future blogs.  

More than one snowflake, Charlotte, 2010

But today why don't you follow me over to my good friend Carol Baldwin's place and listen in while she asks me a few questions.  I'm honored to be her guest this week.  She's been my best sounding board and writing buddy since 1998, and I'm sure you'll see from her blog how well-versed and talented she is in all things to do with the written word.