WHISPERS IN THE MIST is “a worthy successor to Kilmoon in tone, mood, complexity, and keen insight into human failures and triumphs.” —Kirkus Reviews
“… I’m starting to gear up for the more public side of the authorial life. This is the part that gets my anxiety cranking, because although I’m a well-socialized introvert, I am not — no way, no how, not in a million years — a public speaker. Yee gads, hell NO.”
In which my back goes out and I have too much time to contemplate humanity, nature, and what we take for granted.
However many years she lived, Mary always felt that she should never forget that first morning when her garden began to grow. — Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden … Continue reading
Acceptance of one’s life has nothing to do with resignation; it does not mean running away from the struggle. On the contrary, it means accepting it as it comes, with … Continue reading
Yesterday I visited my favorite local coffeeshop, Driftwood Coffee, to splurge on an iced mocha. I love walking there with my dog on a lazy Sunday afternoon. The shop is a … Continue reading