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June schedule…

  Wow!  It’s already June! 2018 is almost half over. . . We have lots of events, meetings and family activities to keep us busy during June. We have meetings. . . Authors Guild of Tennessee, and the Knoxville Writer’s Guild. I’ll be missing the ACFW Knoxville meeting because I’ll be in Ohio. Then we’re planning… Continue reading June schedule…

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May schedule…

  Peach Cobbler Mystery is done! This is the sixth book in the Amish Sweet Shop Mystery series. I really have loved writing them and I can’t wait to see what you think of it. To get the special sale price, pre-order Peach Cobbler Mystery HERE. This month we have our usual monthly meetings. . . the… Continue reading May schedule…

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Have you ever wanted a do-over?

    I read a post recently that asked the question “if you could hit a reset button on your life, what would you do?” If I could hit a reset button on my life, there is one big mistake that I want to fix. Yes, my life would be changed, but I would seriously… Continue reading Have you ever wanted a do-over?

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April schedule…

Peach Cobbler Mystery is almost done! This is the sixth book in the Amish Sweet Shop Mystery series. I’ve loved writing them and I can’t wait to share what’s coming next year. Plain Intent is an Amish Suspense novel — and nothing whatsoever to do with the Amish Sweet Shop mysteries. If you like heart-pounding… Continue reading April schedule…

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Life marches on. . . until your battery dies.

When my truck refused to start, the first thing we did was check the battery. Let me just say it looks nothing like the picture above. That’s the one I bought to replace the one we found under the hood… honestly, it gave us great service for several years, but it definitely needed replacing. .… Continue reading Life marches on. . . until your battery dies.

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I love Peach Cobbler Mystery!

Peach Cobbler Mystery is becoming one of my favorite books! This is actually the sixth book in the Amish Sweet Shop Mystery series. I’ve loved writing them — and I hope you love reading them. Now for some unexpected news! This will be the last Amish Sweet Shop Mystery, at least for awhile. . .… Continue reading I love Peach Cobbler Mystery!

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Spring is coming…

  As far as winters go, here in East Tennessee it’s been pretty mild… so far. But that could change anytime!   I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if we got a snow or two; in the past we’ve had snow — even blizzards — in March. I wouldn’t mind one BIG snow before… Continue reading Spring is coming…

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What do you take for granted?

  This morning it was chilly in the house, so I turned on the heat. Then I put a load of laundry in the washer, fixed a bowl of cereal, and sat down to write. These are pretty normal activities… however, when I went to put the laundry into the dryer, I discovered it wasn’t… Continue reading What do you take for granted?

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The good, the bad, and the ugly…

I have more than a few health issues… which I’m working on. One of these issues is Type 2 Diabetes.     The past few weeks my blood sugar has steadily crept up. A few days ago it passed 300 — and I felt miserable. Bad headaches were just a part of it and not… Continue reading The good, the bad, and the ugly…

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Let Your Imagination Soar…

New Year’s Day has come and gone… and it’s time for school again. My daughter homeschools her children. Since I live with them, I offered to help. One of the reading comprehension assignments this week is to read a story, then put the sentences in the correct order. My granddaughter did the assignment, writing the… Continue reading Let Your Imagination Soar…