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IT’S ALREADY FEBRUARY!

Hi Everyone, I guess I’ve been delinquent in keeping up my blog–not a good way to start out the new year. Well, here’s the news from my end. I will have a reading from MOTHER LODE this Thursday, Feb. 9 … Continue reading

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Sunset, Oceanside, CA As I say good-bye to 2011, I give thanks for the rewards of my creative endeavors. MOTHER LODE, my first novel was published. A play of mine was produced, and I read my poetry on a Bay … Continue reading

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Reading of MOTHER LODE in Oceanside, CA.

Hi all, My friend and I are in Southern California for the week–just as cold as Northern California! But we’re right on the beach watching incredible sunsets, and listening to the surf roar in. We’ve watched lots of skilled surfers … Continue reading

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Cougars in Michigan?

Hi Everyone, Did you know about the Michigan cougar? They’re no longer native to Michigan, but animals as well as people migrate, so read below. HANCOCK, Mich. (AP) — A cougar that officials believe migrated from the western U.S. has … Continue reading

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Books for Christmas

Books have always made wonderful gifts with my family and friends. It’s not too soon to be thinking about what you’d like to give your favorite people this holiday season. Books are a great idea–especially if you know what kind … Continue reading

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MOTHER LODE AVAILABLE IN LOCAL STORES

Hi everyone, MOTHER LODE is now available in the Bay Area at Book Passage in Corte Madera and at Rebound Books in San Rafael. The cost is the same ($14.95) no matter where you buy it, but Rebound is more … Continue reading

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MOTHER LODE is now on Kindle!

Yes, now you can buy MOTHER LODE on Kindle for $5.95.  Many of my generation still prefer to curl up with a ‘real’ book they can touch and feel. I suspect as younger generations replace us, that will be as old-fashioned as … Continue reading

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