Short Story Series: War Pony

This is the second in a series of short stories based on myth and lore from my book, Road Tales. Hope you enjoy it! The Lore: Ghost Horses of Palo Duro Canyon, TX Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo, Texas exhibits breathtaking views of colorful rock formations, deep sloping walls and an abundance of native trees and […]

Who’s Your Favorite Leading Lady?

Author Beverley Bateman is talking about heroines during the month of May at her blog. I was honored to be interviewed about this voluminous topic even though we barely scratched the surface. Please join me as I discuss my favorite heroines! I’d love to hear about your favorites . . . and why you think these ladies are […]

Short Story Series – Great Balls of Fire

When I originally came up with the idea to pen a book about curious and oft-unexplained lore discovered during my RV travels, I planned to write a fictional short story to accompany each myth. During the writing process, however, it became apparent the combination of fiction and “non-fiction” was not the direction my project would take. […]

Fun Is Over . . . Back To Work!

Living on the road is an unstructured lifestyle, certainly not conducive to routine activities . . . like writing. I don’t exercise enough self-control when it comes to hiking or exploring because immersing myself in such awe inspiring beauty motivates my spirit – which is good for creative endeavors. Daytime was play time because I would write […]

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 […]

Happy New Year!

I don’t know about you but I’m sooo happy for a new year. It’s not that 2016 was horrible. More like unstructured. As in Murphy’s Law unstructured. Few of my plans came to fruition in the way I had hoped. Some of those “detours” turned into delightful experiences. A few . . . meh, not […]