Sharing a successful year with readers

Sharing a successful year with readers

Ruins of a church I visited last year inS.C. It was burned by the British duringthe Revolution, and by the Yankees during the American Civil War. Hard to believe that just one year ago this week I was in South Carolina launching my new novel Noble Cause. The...
The Southern charm of Savannah

The Southern charm of Savannah

River Street Inn, Savannah It’s April! How did that happen? With the weather being so warm I’ve been out and about more than normal — but I’m finally going to finish my post on my trip to the Amelia Island Book Festival. As you can see in...
Visiting the Fountain of Youth

Visiting the Fountain of Youth

I hope everyone is enjoying the lovely Spring we are having! I picked some fresh asparagus already and planted broccoli. There are buds on the blueberries and cherries and even some blossoms on the strawberries already! Can’t wait to eat fresh fruit and...
More on my visit to oldest city in the nation

More on my visit to oldest city in the nation

Mission Nombre De Dios I’m back from my quick trip to Atlantic City (no, I didn’t win any money), and I got my computer back from the shop, so it’s time to continue my posts on my trip to the Amelia Island Book Festival in February. I left off when I...
Country’s treasures stored in rural Virginia

Country’s treasures stored in rural Virginia

Rokeby, where all of the documentsof the United States were stored in 1814. I’m interrupting my posts on my trip to the Amelia Island Book Festival, because I volunteered at a great event over the weekend, and want to share. In commemoration of the 200th...
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