Guest Speaker at Carteret Writers Luncheon February 13th, 11:30 Clawson’s 1905 Restaurant and Pub 425 Front St Beaufort

Jeanne Julian invited me to be a presenter at one of the Carteret Writers Luncheons. She crafted this introduction. It’s such a lovely piece, I just had to share it. Thanks Jeanne for your support and kindness. February presentation   “I thought I wanted to write historical romances, as they were my first love,” Sherri Lupton-Hollister says. “At least, that is what I believed when I first started writing. Contemporary … Continue reading Guest Speaker at Carteret Writers Luncheon February 13th, 11:30 Clawson’s 1905 Restaurant and Pub 425 Front St Beaufort

Winter scarfs

It’s scarf time again, though I love wearing scarfs all year long. The heavier, winter scarfs are only comfortable here in the south for a few months out of the year. Today I paired one of my favorite tapestry scarfs with a light weight sweater. To add a little bling, I fastened a bracelet around it and safety pinned it in back to keep it … Continue reading Winter scarfs

Katharine Ashe, keynote speaker, 2019 PWG’s Seventh Annual Writer’s Conference

Originally posted on Writing on the Pamlico:
Hello again and Happy New Year!! Can you believe it’s already January 2, 2019? Time’s a flyin’ so guess I’d better get moving. Our annual writer’s conference theme this year will be “Why We Write…Giving Voice to the Voiceless,” which allows a wider assortment of possibilities for workshops and presenters . Along with topics aimed at young adults, teens and… Continue reading Katharine Ashe, keynote speaker, 2019 PWG’s Seventh Annual Writer’s Conference

I’m Not Going to Make a New Year’s Resolution

I’m not going to make a new year’s resolution. Too often, my good intentions slide away like a spring thaw before January is even a memory. No, this year I want to think about plans, goals and hopes for 2019.  As the holidays wane, and clean up begins, I ponder this past year. So much has happened in 2018, I’m not even sure where to begin. After publishing my first novel, Chrome Pink, in November of … Continue reading I’m Not Going to Make a New Year’s Resolution

Save The Date

Originally posted on Writing on the Pamlico:
Pamlico Writer’s Group will present their 7th annual Writer’s Conference, “Why We Write. . .Giving Voice To The Voiceless”, April 5 & 6, 2019 at the Turnage Theatre, 150 W. Main St, Washington, NC. Featuring keynote speaker, USA Today’s best-selling author, Katharine Ashe, her topic, “Write What You Desire”. Ms. Ashe is a prolific and dynamic writer, speaker… Continue reading Save The Date

Happy Halloween!

What scares you? I’m a bit of a fraidy-cat, I’m scared of a lot of things. I’m not big on watching horror or even reading it, yet what I write is often based on real-life horrors. I’ve never been a fan of Freddy Kruger or Jason (except my own Friday the 13th Jason), and I shudder at Michael Myers and Leather Face. I remember watching … Continue reading Happy Halloween!

Book Review & Giveaway: Nana and the “c” by Doris Schneider

Originally posted on Bound 4 Escape:
? Nana and the “c” is a book for all ages and all cultures as it is about family and the ability to support a loved one through the challenges of cancer. It is told from a seven-year-old’s perspective as she gathers the courage to face her grandmother’s illness and learns that her irritating younger sister is perhaps smarter than she seems.… Continue reading Book Review & Giveaway: Nana and the “c” by Doris Schneider