Shelby is beginning to heal in this short passage from Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, recorded at a virtual reading I did recently. Click on the video to watch. I call this passage "Porch Steps" - I hope you enjoy it! https://youtu.be/uRaOeHduKlE If you don't know the story of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, it might help … Continue reading Reading: “Porch Steps”
Readers have been asking me when the audiobook version of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades will be available ever since the paperback version was published almost a year ago. Well, the wait is over! I just selected a wonderful narrator who brings the necessary combination of emotion and lightheartedness to the material. I'll wait to announce … Continue reading Coming Soon: The Audiobook!
For today's Fun Photo Friday, I bring you this pic I took of a rather large snapping turtle I found in my yard! He/she is in a 5-gallon bucket, so that gives you some idea of the scale -- must have been about a foot wide. I didn't really like the idea of him hanging … Continue reading Fun Photo Friday: Snapping Turtle in a Bucket
For a limited time, I’m offering readers a free signed copy of my Women's Fiction novel Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, which is rated 4.5 stars on Goodreads and Amazon, for only the shipping and handling price! (Want to know more about the book first? Here's a short video.) Why A Fire Sale An ordering mishap … Continue reading Get a Free Signed Copy of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades
I am often asked why I wrote Horseshoes and Hand Grenades, my novel that is both a coming-of-age story for two young women, and a probe into the minds of victims of sexual harassment and abuse. I had several goals in mind when developing and writing the story, as I explain in this 2-minute clip … Continue reading Video: Why I Wrote Horseshoes and Hand Grenades