Lessons learned

http://www.13abc.com/home/headlines/2016-YWCA-Milestones-Honorees–365059741.html?device=phone&c=y “At my very core I’m just a Mom who wanted to lead by example and show my two children what it means to live, to truly live…” What you didn’t see of this interview on WTVG for the incredible and humbling honor of receiving a YWCA Milestones award was what I said prior. When […]

New year, new space

I’ve said in the past that I’ve never suffered from writer’s block. Seriously. For me, it’s more a case of blocking the time to write. You know what they say though. Never say never. I’ve found myself the last few weeks luxuriating in the presence of my two children being home on break. They’ve offered […]

Backup

  If I were a singer, I’d love to have these ladies as my backup crew. But I’m not. However, as a children’s book author, I couldn’t come up with a better group to have my back than children’s librarians. And these ladies are no exception. I had the opportunity to meet with Mary Lou, […]

Read, read, read.

“Read, read, read. That’s all I can say.” Nancy Drew offered this incredible advice in the first Nancy Drew Mystery Story, written by Carolyn Keene. I wished I’d written that. I’m sure that for years the real Carolyn Keene, Mildred “Millie” Augustine Wirt Benson, wished readers knew that she had. The Secret of the Old […]