I Write Stories;

They Become Books.

Inspirational Romance Author
You’ll find the theme of my books reflects the simple life the cowboy. Of course, not all cowboys fit the mold I’ve pressed them into, but, for the most part, they’re a bunch of straightforward guys who work hard, have fun, and most of all, love the Lord, Jesus Christ.

In the days, weeks, months, years to come, I hope you join me on my journey exploring the truths and lives of the men and women who craft and tame our New West. I write “rugged stories with heart” featuring cowboys who haven’t a clue about relationships rescued by ladies who think they have all the answers. What kind of fun is that?? 

In my spare time, I attempt crocheting and my family loves me enough not to laugh at my not-quite-so-perfect projects.

Cooking is a talent that evades me, though I keep on trying. Books with recipes boasting 3-4-5 ingredients line my shelves. 

I love to sew quilting projects, not clothing. So many great fabrics catch my eye in fabric and craft stores. The trick isn’t in the sewing ~ it’s in choosing the right color combinations. 

My latest interest comes in the form of stringing little beads together to create jewelry with just the right colors to match just the right outfits. How fun is this?? The local Michael’s and Hobby Lobby offer a generous inventory and even an insightful class or two.

My husband, besides being handsome, is also a very patient man : )

Hop on over to my blog and catch up on my current state of affairs. I can’t promise I’m timely, but know every drop of my heart and soul goes into it.

And while you’re hopping, visit Seekerville where I’m a founding Seeker of a group of 13 authors who started out as contest competitors joining together and praying each other into publication. In 2005 when the good Lord stirred us together into His pot of dreams, we were all unpublished. By the end of 2011, we celebrated our final first sale.

There’s nothing like the power of prayer. 

A man’s heart plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps.

Proverbs 16: 9 NKJV

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