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I’ve reached the end of my chauffeuring duties. My last child is driving. I’ve posted a bit about car troubles. Goodness, I hate car trouble. We’ve had quite the adventure buying the first teenage car for the last boy, braving …

Writing a book about stem cell research and genetic engineering was daunting to say the least. I’m not a techie gal. Sure, I’m a geeky gal, but you can ask the hubby (who’s basically a tech genius). I knew my …

This was the number one question that folks asked me when I gave my notice. The answer is what don’t I do? July 3rd: 5:30 a.m Dog mommy, laundress, house cleaner 6:30 a.m – 10:30 a.m. Yoga teacher, yoga blogger, …

Having been hooked on Scrivener by Hubby, I’ve been sadly neglectful of investigating it’s full potential. M. W. Griffith, however, has now intrigued me. Now, where to find time!

I’m in the final stages of publishing my first novel, The Esau Emergence. It’s been a steep learning curve, but worth every minute. I’ve retired from teaching middle school English to teach yoga part-time, be a stay at home mom …

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As a retired English teacher, I’ve spend a good deal of time trying to get 6th graders to recognize the parts of speech….grammar? Hate it! I bow down to Street of Dreams for being a technical writer and loving grammar! …

Walkabout Book Tour 2013

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My daughter is a Tumblr person. I haven’t mastered the art of Tumblr yet. I love it because it’s very visual and I appreciate that aesthetic. As a writer, I think I’m a very visual person. Really, I’m barely in …

My shift in career from school teacher/part-time writer to retired school teacher/full-time writer was championed by my hubby. There were a lot of factors. Not the least of which was the five year pay freeze and 5% pay cut the …

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