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What I’m Reading

I usually have several books going at a time. One on audiobook, one on iBooks and one or two good, old-fashioned paper or hardcover books. Here’s what I’m reading at the moment. Euphoria by Lily King The Fiery Cross (Oulander Series) by Diana Gabaldon – I’m also watching the series on Starz. These books are… Continue reading What I’m Reading

Off to the Book Fairs this Fall!

I’ve been invited to two Book Fairs this Fall. Books by the Banks in Cincinnati on October 11th and the Kentucky Book Fair in Frankfort, KY on November 15th! I’m really looking forward to connecting with readers and other authors. The danger is always that I may come home with more books than I sell! … Continue reading Off to the Book Fairs this Fall!

A few projects…

I finished a few things this summer… A special pillow for my special niece, Olivia. This is made from recycled sweaters and over-dyed suiting material with a little embroidery, rick-rack and applique. Knitted dish towels. All from 100% cotton. These are fast and easy projects.   And for me, a purple cotton cardigan. 🙂 I… Continue reading A few projects…

Research Road Trip – Archaeology Field Study

I love research! I’ve started working on my next book featuring Eric and Renee and some new characters. Part of the setting is an archaeolgical dig site in southern Indiana. I wanted to get some hands on experience with an actual dig, so last weekend I embarked on a research roadtrip!  I had the most… Continue reading Research Road Trip – Archaeology Field Study