After a long absence, I’m thrilled that my website is finally up and running again. Thanks to my awesome web-designer who makes miracles happen.
I’ve been asked repeatedly when book two of the Thought Mover series is coming out – 2017 will be the publication year. Due do circumstances in my life, I was unable to devote as much time to my writing as I would have liked to have done. My apologies for keeping my readers waiting.
I am also working on the next book to the Master’s Arcanum for 2017.
Fall has arrived and it happens to be my favorite season. The vibrant color of the leaves, the crisp clean air, no more pesky insects, and what’s best is that Thanksgiving and Halloween are just around the corner.
We recently had a new addition to our family – a Siberian Husky.
Life in our home has certainly changed due to this one and half year old pet that my son has adopted. I’m certainly getting more exercise with needing to take her for frequent walks. Better yet, with her energy, she is walking me.
We have only had her for a few weeks, but she already has become a family member. Amazing how quickly we all fell in love with her.
I read a quote the other day about dogs and their personalities that I found interesting.
“A dog reflects the family life. Whoever saw a frisky dog in a gloomy family, or a sad dog in a happy one? Snarling people have snarling dogs, dangerous people have dangerous ones.” – Arthur Conan Doyle
I wondered if there is truth to this statement? As a new dog owner, I went to “Cesar’s Way” website and found this article written by Nicole Pajer that says what your dog’s behavior says about you.
For my romance readers, I’m working on a free chapter-story titled, “Love Amid the Storm,” which will be published on my website shortly. I’m looking forward to sharing with you a new chapter approximately every ten days for your reading enjoyment.
A blizzard forces Kayla to share hotel accommodations with a handsome stranger. The mounting attraction between the two of them has her room-mate, proposing a one-night-stand while they ride out the storm. Kayla must decide whether she will surrender to the tempting stranger, but also, whether she will be able to survive walking away when the storm ends.
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