When I was a kid, as soon as December hit, Christmas break couldn’t come quick enough. There was so much to look forward to. Two blissful weeks of no school, baking and eating cookies, watching my favorite Christmas specials, skiing and sledding, playing with friends, opening presents and most of all, waking up to Santa’s
Thanks to D.B. Carew, author of THE KILLER TRAIL, for inviting me to take part in the Writing Process Blog Hop. It’s a fun game of tag, where one author tags another to answer these same four questions on the writing process and then I tag two more authors, who are both listed at the bottom
When it comes to exemplary fathers in literature, Atticus Finch, from Harper Lee’s, To Kill A Mockingbird, wins hands down in my book. Atticus Finch was a man of consistent strength, integrity and courage. He demonstrated these qualities to his children under the most difficult of circumstances without ever using his fists or an attitude of superiority
If you’ve read Fate’s Fables, you may have picked up on my fascination with trees. The more gnarled and knotty the better, as far as I’m concerned. Check out my Pinterest board on Trees for some gorgeous woodsy visuals. One of the main characters in my book is the oak tree. There’s so much mystique
No, the best Christmas gift ever wasn’t a diamond ring or a new car. Although…I wouldn’t mind either one of those. To find out what this magical present was, you’ll have to jump on over to Book Gift Guide to read the post.