Ethel Peacock

It’s been so long since I’ve posted. Lately, I’ve restarted my practice of drawing. Something to do during the isolation period. I’ve been doing digital art, basically for the ease of it and for fear of ruining perfectly good paper. It’s a learning process. I’ve been using the Procreate app. I’ve been attempting characters fromContinue reading “Ethel Peacock”

My Vision Board

When the words quit coming, I usually take a break and work on some form of art. Sometimes I’m designing the covers before even starting the book. And, I put them on the Kindle app or iBook app to see how they look. Below, I’ve stuck them in the order of intended publication. Two are alreadyContinue reading “My Vision Board”

Books Now Available on Smashwords

I have both of my books, The Color of Cold and Ice and Jessica Lost Her Wobble on Smashwords. I have listed both as buyer sets the price. Feel free to get them for free. I hope you will leave me a review on all of the various sites, Smashwords, Amazon, Goodreads, etc. But atContinue reading “Books Now Available on Smashwords”

Last Day Free

Amazon Link for Jessica Lost Her Wobble This is the last day for the free download of my book, Jessica Lost Her Wobble, the Kindle Version. I download lots of Kindle books. I also buy lots of hard and paperback versions of books. About half of what is in our bookshelves are unread. We haveContinue reading “Last Day Free”

Strange and Exciting

  This morning my husband came back from the post office with our stack of mail that was on hold while we were on a Christmas holiday road trip. My first published book was in the stack of mail. Having the e-book on my iPad was nice, but this somehow made it more real. I wasContinue reading “Strange and Exciting”

Confessions of a Book-a-Holic That Doesn’t Always Read

I don’t necessarily read them.  I just collect them.  I do have certain books I read everyday, usually on some esoteric subject, or some type of self-help book.  I’m the queen of self-help books.  I’m usually reading Yogananda. Books grace most every room in our house.  We even have a small built-in bookshelf in oneContinue reading “Confessions of a Book-a-Holic That Doesn’t Always Read”

Home is Where the Heart Is

We just returned from a friend’s house.  There were six of us, and she cooked a wonderful lunch.  There was so much love that went into the meal, and so much warmth around the table reconnecting with friends we hadn’t seen for awhile.  I’m thankful for the sharing of one’s home.  We have encountered thatContinue reading “Home is Where the Heart Is”