Some of you may have noticed a new addition to my banners and cover photos. Continue reading I’m an ALLi Ambassador!
God bless you, Sherri. You just introduced another three-beer conversation. Perhaps you should start a variation of the Algonquin Roundtable so we can entertain these fascinating questions at length…over adult beverages. Continue reading Welcome W C Furney to Creekside Cafe
New Bern Farmers Market Authors’ Event, Sunday, November 20th, 2022. Continue reading Welcome Sarah Maury Swan to Creekside Cafe
If I start reading and a character is being shot at or chased, I’m interested to see what happens next. BUT…I also enjoy getting to know a character a bit before they’re thrown into the pot of boiling water. The rom coms where we see a little bit of normal life before everything goes haywire, or the cozy mystery that starts with what appears to be just an average day in the life of the sleuth or the accused. Continue reading Starting in Medias Res
His life was like a bad country song and it just got worse! Continue reading Back To School Giveaway!
“…A witch is someone who scares people. I always knew that, sort of, but then I understood it in a different way. You can become a witch without meaning to. You can become a witch by being right.” Continue reading Thomas Kane visits Creekside Cafe
If you can touch one life, make a difference for one person then you have led a successful life. I am just one author who has benefited from following Sarra Cannon’s Heart Breathing YouTube channel. I fell in love with her honesty, her openness and her willingness to share the bad as well as the good parts of being a published author. As an indie … Continue reading Just one Author
As I look back over this past year, the good and the bad, I know that I am blessed. We’ve known some heartaches, lost some friends and loved ones but at the end of the year I count more blessings than not. I hope you can say the same.
Wishing you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Joyous New Year! Continue reading Holiday Season
Point of View is a tool, and like anything else it takes time to learn to use it well. Continue reading Whose Head Am I In?