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Why Does My Foot Stick Out My Butt?

Although this video is about six years old now, it’s a classic in our family. Our little girl, age four when this was shot, on her way to fame. (I should point out that we have no idea how she came up with either the words or the tune…but for the purposes of family amusement, […]

Grandmas, astronauts, and one heck of a tall tale

I’ve been having fun with the stories about my Grandma Ebby, and recently I shared a fun one involving NASA and diapers (no, really) over at S.M. Nonnemacher’s blog. (I swore I already posted a link from here, but clearly I’m getting senile at all of 27. Twenty-seven, yes, really. It’s all about embellishing stories […]

Love is Murder…check out the awesome cover!

I’m so excited to have a short story in the Love is Murder anthology edited by the fabulous Sandra Brown! The release date is coming soon….May 29…but today is Cover Release Day! You can pre-order now from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your favorite bookseller! Check out some of the awesome advance reviews: Praise for […]

Guest Blog: April in the Emerald City

“The best thing to come out of that brief marriage was my first full-length novel.” If that quote from the bio on her blog gives any clue about her upcoming women’s fiction novel, I think it’s fair to say that my guest April Plummer’s novel is going to absolutely rock! My cyber-buddy April’s guest blogging […]

Simon Says Saturday

Because it’s Saturday, I thought I’d share one of my favorite videos — the first Simon’s Cat video I ever saw. I love these!!

I make sh*t up…I must be human!

I’m taking an online class (April Kilhstrom’s Book-in-a-Week, which is amazing by the way), and she addresses both fiction and nonfiction books. As I was reading through some of the lessons yesterday, something about those words got stuck in my craw. Now, I’m not a linguist by any stretch of the imagination (and I’m far […]

Wandering blind in Stockholm (or, My Adventures with Grandma)

Let’s start with the basics: My grandmother was pretty dang cool. A woman who divorced back when my dad was a little kid and set out as a single mom back when you didn’t run across too many single moms. She was a strong woman, and I’m sure that I probably inherited much of my […]

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