EGO – Everyone’s Got One

I've often wondered at what point A-list celebrities become jaded to their success. Recognizable folks from any walk of life are at risk but since the world (especially Americans and Brits) obsess over the antics of the rich and famous, it must happen more quickly with those prominent, newsworthy folks. However,  even photogenic "beautiful" people … Continue reading EGO – Everyone’s Got One

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Interview at Ellenbooks

There's an elite group . . . and I don't say that lightly . . . of authors who manage to balance life on the road with writing. I was honored when Ellen Behrens, an outstanding author and fellow RVer, asked to interview me for her blog. Please click the link below and stop by … Continue reading Interview at Ellenbooks

SHORT TALES

Great Balls of Fire The Lore: The Hornet Spook Light, Near Joplin, Missouri I was raised in Northeastern Oklahoma and knew about the Hornet Spook Light long before investigating the area for my book. As a child, we referred to the mysterious phenomena as the Joplin Spook Light because sightings occurred along a rural county road … Continue reading SHORT TALES

Tucson Festival of Books and Other News

On March 11th and 12th, an amazing annual event takes place on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson - The Tuscon Festival of Books. This star-studded gathering (as far as authors go) offers something for everyone in nearly every age group. This year, I'm excited to participate as both a signing author and a … Continue reading Tucson Festival of Books and Other News

Glynis Has Your Number – But Does She Have Mine? Book Review

It's no secret I enjoy off-beat destinations, books that make me think, ideas which question the norm - so it shouldn't be a surprise when I say I've been studying numerology. I've always had an interest but recently decided to take it a step further after reading Glynis McCants book on numerology, "Glynis Has Your Number". … Continue reading Glynis Has Your Number – But Does She Have Mine? Book Review

Welcome Back, Jack – Gritty, Gutsy, Good!

REVIEW: Welcome Back, Jack starts as a slow moving police procedural that subtly wraps around you like a constrictor, keeping you snug and comfortable with the story and characters. . . until it starts to squeeze. By then it's too late because you're morbidly fascinated by this psychological thriller bordering on a horror novel.   … Continue reading Welcome Back, Jack – Gritty, Gutsy, Good!