If you’re anything like me, you’re on your phone a lot. Not talking or even texting. But scrolling through social media, playing games, or reading. Yes, reading. While there are apps featuring full-length books (like my vast Kindle library waiting to be read), there are also a multitude of serial fiction apps out there where those same full-length stories are delivered in bite sized pieces for busy people. So, I’m happy to announce that some
As Princess liked to remind me all last week, it’s fall. Which means that somehow in the middle of our crazy summer in limbo trying to sell our house followed by almost a month of medical stuff…the seasonal change snuck up on me. Now, don’t get me wrong, I thoroughly enjoyed our summer including time on a beach in California. But there’s just something about fall that makes me eager to crunch through a pile
Fall might be my next favorite season after Spring. I love the rich reds and warm yellows of the changing leaves against the (usually) deep blue of the Colorado sky. Cooler mornings where you can sometimes catch sight of your breath in the air as a brisk wake-up call. Hot spiced apple cider. Actually apple cinnamon anything. After months of retro t shirts and shorts, it’s nice to dive into the back of my closet
Battles come in all shapes and sizes. From the “friendly” competition between football rivals to jealous backstage manipulations to repeat surgeries to fix a lingering problem to even breaking free from a foreign power to achieve independence. Author Elaine Cooper knows firsthand about those surgeries after facing two of them this summer alone and her newest book, Saratoga Letters, starts with a tale from the Revolutionary War. The opening heroine, Abigail, finds herself in the
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With the upcoming release of Catch Of a Lifetime, I thought it would be fun for you to meet Cassie Parker. I tracked her down at an apartment complex just south of Front Range University. Let’s see if she has a minute or two to talk. Y’all come on in and thanks for stopping by. Pardon the mess, but I just moved in yesterday and am still trying to figure out where to put things.