Posted Dec 28 2011
My hubby and I just returned from an overdue 20th anniversary celebration at the Chocktaw Casino in Oklahoma. We didn’t bring much cash home, but we did return with a small soap carved in the shape of a buffalo. It’s only fair that after years of being exploited by the white man’s greed, the Native […]Read More»
Posted Dec 24 2011
Had a great time with the members of a local book club who read Death, Taxes, and a French Manicure. What a great group of fun, funny, and attractive ladies!Read More»
Posted Dec 22 2011
With the death of Kim Jong Il, my Christmas shopping list has become shorter. But as a writer, I have to admit I’m disappointed he’ll no longer be around since I’d hoped to ask him how he wrote 1,500 books in three years. What could his secret be? Perhaps it’s because he never had to take potty breaks […]Read More»
Posted Dec 11 2011
Got the tree and yard decorated yesterday. Today we’ll put up the motion-activated singing Santa, which the dogs love to stand in front of and bark at, which activates the singing, which activates the dogs, which activates the singing . . . it’s going to be a LOUD day! Hope your holiday preparations are going […]Read More»
Posted Dec 5 2011
THE FIRST CHRISTMAS OF THE WAR by Alan Simon (www.alansimonbooks.com) is the perfect holiday read, taking readers back in time to Christmastime, 1941. To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor the eBook version is on sale this holiday season for only 99 cents. Also available in paperback for the perfect stocking […]Read More»
Posted Nov 30 2011
The holidays are coming up and a personally autographed book makes a great gift! If you’ve recently purchased a copy of Death, Taxes, and a French Manicure for yourself or for a gift, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send you a personally autographed bookplate and a SWAG surprise!Read More»
Posted Nov 30 2011
Stop by the blog of the 2009 Golden Heart Finalists (“The Ruby Slippered Sisters”) today to chat about alternate endings. You’ll find us at: http://www.rubyslipperedsisterhood.com/what-if-rhett-butler-had-given-a-damn-by-diane-kelly/comment-page-1/#comment-94874Read More»
Posted Nov 20 2011
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Haha! Our terrier mix and shepherd mix are certainly selective, too. They hear "treat" without fail, but "down" or "no!" don't always register. Raggs is such a cute name!
Reggie certainly looks happy! My own dog, Raggs, has "selective" hearing--and he's not well trained. But. Our dogs are family and we do love them.
Thanks, Barbara! I wish I could write faster, too! My ideas are backing up in my head. : ) I wish my brain had a USB port where I could automatically download the stories from my mind to the page. I'm so glad you enjoyed the book! I'm hard at work on the second one, A Trip with Trouble.
I LOVED getaway with Murder. The second book can't be published soon enough. Can you write any faster? ;-)
Thanks so much, Gerrie! So glad you enjoyed the book, and your kind words put a big smile on my face. The second book in the series, A Trip with Trouble, will release next fall. I'm looking forward to it, too!