Category Archives: women

What’s In Your Attic?

I contributed this guest post for AlpharettaMoms.Org this month. Hope you enjoy! Happy Thanksgiving!! *** WHAT’SView full post »

What We Wish For

My life broke. That’s the best way I know to explain the past nine months. I’d been going ninety to nothing,View full post »

I’m a Cover Girl!

This month I’m the lucky girl on the cover of POINTS NORTH MAGAZINE! You can check out the online issue here:  View full post »

Listening For My Sister

  Listening for my Sister… I shared a very personal essay today on Jennifer Haupt’s Psychology Today blogView full post »

When She Reads | Literacy & Hope

When She Reads | Literacy & Hope. I’m reblogging this post from Literacy & Hope, an organization I am soView full post »

Fan Pack Giveaway for The Taker by Alma Katsu

Fan Pack Giveaway for The Taker by Alma Katsu! On March 27, THE TAKER will be released as a paperback! And I’mView full post »

Award-winning Humorist Robin O’Bryant Preaches the Merits of Ketchup

From every street corner, from blogs far and wide, from rooftops and ridges, just about any place you look, you can hearView full post »

The Needs of Other Souls — Sheila Deeth Interview

Sometimes a story comes along that immediately connects with us in a secret place. Some way or other, this author, aView full post »

The 7 Links Challenge — A Second Look at the Best (and Worst) of Tales of a Storyteller

Last week I was surprised to be challenged by fellow bloggers extraordinaire, Jolina Petersheim and Julia Monroe MartinView full post »

A Story That Seeps To The Bone — Alma Katsu Interview

Careful what you wish for. That’s what Alma Katsu’s book THE TAKER whispers long after the cover has beenView full post »

The Band Played On

There’s a song in my head since I woke up this morning. I haven’t heard it since I was a little girl, a longView full post »

Hemingway Would’ve Bought Her a Drink

I’d been trying for weeks to write this blog post. On a recent trip to Paris, I was lucky to visit the HemingwayView full post »

A Little Perseverance – Lisa Turner Interview

My guest interview today is with another woman who inspires me: author Lisa Turner, an indomitable personality and newView full post »

Writers Who Inspire – Hope Clark Interview

Lucky me, one of the most satisfying parts of my experience as a writer has been the other writers I’ve met alongView full post »

Save Your Soul Pound Cake

It’s a hundred degrees here in north Georgia and too hot to do much of anything except remember summers in myView full post »

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