I have finished the rough draft for Nuts for Coffee (part of the Coffee Club Mysteries, to be released by Barbour Books in 2019) Yippie! It’s a fun cozy mystery about a retired office worker on the track of the killer of her former boss’s daughter.
I’ve also received edits back on the re-release of Lucy Ames, Sharpshooter, in this fall’s Old West Christmas Brides from Barbour Books. (https://www.amazon.com/Old-
As soon as I finish: Nuts for Coffee, I’ll be planning my Christmas novella, The Christmas Candle Caper, part of A Small Town Christmas (coming from Forget Me Not Romances this fall)
My May column on God’s traffic lights is now available at:
I’m working on an article about living with my daughter’s mental illness for Issues I Face. More details soon!
After the fun I had with April’s PAD challenge, I created my own chart of poetry prompts using letters, colors, parts of speech, and poetry forms.
Here’s a rather silly result, based on “D” and orange:
–Do not defy the warnings—
Wet floors and accidents alike
A movable alarm
I’m happier with this one:
How happy a Highland holiday
A hammock in the heather at harvesttime.
Hastening through happy hours
A hamlet where hope is harnessed
Inhabitants hardworking and honest