Wayfarer started as a request from my middle daughter in 2014. I'd successfully published a romance novel, a meditation book and three poetry books. I looked around and said - okay what next? My middle daughter came up with the answer. Write her a space story with a strong female lead. From there, I came … Continue reading Wayfarer – Prequel, Books 1, 2, 3
E. A. Moldovan and I met through social media. Author Bio I am a Mum of four adult children and one teenager, a grandmum of 3 and my autobiography is in Harvard University library. My story is in a new book called, "Courage: Stories Of Darkness To Light", release date July 2019. #1 Best seller. … Continue reading E.A. Moldovan
This is a question I've recently been asked. I had to stop and think about all the steps. I go through when I publish one of my books or patterns. Become an expert in editing / grammar, graphic design, and MS Word or similar program…. Write your story, tell a great story. There’s no cost … Continue reading What are the steps for self-publishing?
At my job, a request has been made for all publication for faculty and staff in the last year. My faculty know I write so they have encouraged me to participate. I was feeling like I hadn’t done much over the last year. Then I gathered up the material. Since July of 2011 I’ve had … Continue reading Publications
I’ve had eczema on my legs for over two years. If you don’t know what it is, this is a rash like skin irritation which is very itchy and painful. I’ve tried steroid cream from the doctor and lots of over-the-counter stuff to try to get rid of this. The steroid cream made my normally … Continue reading Eczema
The concert was EXCELLENT! Ken and I both enjoyed the concert very much. I don’t think either of us would have missed it for anything. It was great for me to see Ken enjoying the live music of his favorite group. Don’t get me wrong I enjoyed the music (mostly). I loved watching the people … Continue reading Concert!!!
Yesterday my gout flared up – no fun let me tell you. The good thing that came out of it though is that I spent the majority of the day in my recliner. This meant that I finished Stephanie’s afghan!!! I don’t know how long I’ve been working on this afghan. It has eight points … Continue reading Done!!!
I joke to my flist on http://www.livejournal.comabout dreams that I have, in which we gather for reunions infused with long-weekend slumber parties and lots of gluten-free snack foods. The thing is, I really have had that dream recurrently, for years, and half or more of the people on my flist I’ve never met in-person. These … Continue reading Making Community – Kelley Harrell
Welcome back to the winter waddle!! We’ve had a very mild winter with little snow and temperatures more like late fall / early spring than winter. Today we have snow. It was supposed to be flurries – i.e. a few flakes whipping around. Instead we’ve had a steady snowfall smearing the landscape with white instead … Continue reading Weather
The week is drawing to a close and I'm exhausted. However, I'm still planning on going to the rally tomorrow in Whitewater. It is at 6 pm at the flagpoles. If you are local - come on out. There will be a debate in City Hall at 7 pm. I am most interested in that.Here … Continue reading Drawing to a Close