I’ve been away for a while learning and growing in ways that I want to express myself to the world. I value being open and honest and I want to share more of me with readers of my blog. I am going to work in a format change (see the new theme!!!) because while I love reading and writing, that is Continue reading 2014 will be a great year
Hi Wonderful Readers! Thanks for visiting my site and finding me! I’m so happy and excited to have readers for my first novel, Heart Stealer. I am working on the sequel, Heart Scorcher, making sure it’s right and hope to release this year (for all who are curious and sending me emails about it 😎 ). I appreciate and love all Continue reading A Blessed Year
Well, I can hardly believe it but it’s already been one year since Heart Stealer was first published. Since then, it has sold more copies than I could’ve hoped for, and it has been lucky enough to reach number #1 on the mulitcultural fiction list. I’m so thankful to all the wonderful readers and so glad you enjoyed the book. It currently has Continue reading First Anniversary!
I’ve been hearing a lot about Martin Luther King lately because of his new monument in Washington D.C. and some flap that it isn’t all it could be from Maya Angelou. She said that his statue seemed “arrogant” when he was really a humble man and that they took some of his quotes out of context. Martin Luther King was Continue reading Martin Luther King Controversy
I was on vacation last week staying in a Chicago hotel when we changed our rooms for the day to get two double beds instead of a king. So I had to leave my luggage at the front desk and I left my Kindle in my luggage on top. After a long fun day at Six Flags, we returned to Continue reading My Kindle Scare
Okay, I know it was fast, but I had to change my theme again. The last one was driving me crazy with the small font. I could barely read it though the colors matched my book cover for Heart Stealer. Oh, well, I’m love this theme. I will just have change the colors eventually.
Man, I read an article today that made me teary-eyed, thinking of the struggles of the people in Japan. Really the whole country has been effected, if even the tsunami intruded only 6 miles inland of Japan. The quote that really got me was a woman who is 60 miles from the coast. “There are no more meat and vegetables. I’m eating instant meals Continue reading The Tsunami