I am a military spouse. My husband is a pilot with nearly fifteen years of service under his belt; I've tagged along for thirteen of those. We spent the first five years of our marriage overseas, traveling both Europe and Asia. Afterwards, we returned to the States where my son was born, along with a … Continue reading The Longest, Most Unexpected Good-bye
In the early 1900's, bolstered by the tune of "every man a landlord," thousands flocked West, hoping to snag a piece of Manifest Destiny and the American dream. Land was cheap, hope was high, and there was nothing standing between a man and his homestead but a few weeks' travel and a little elbow grease. … Continue reading Home Sweet…Hole?
I saw a post on Twitter recently that said "Retweet with the type of character you always write." Hmmm.....type of character I always write? Interesting. Out of the three novels I've written, I believe each protagonist to be remarkably different. In fact, even the stories themselves are pretty varied: I went from a contemporary new … Continue reading Home (Or A Lackthereof)