Always writing. For love of people, travel, and life.

Welcome! Happy you’re here. In these pages you’ll find stories that are slices of life—like warm blueberry pie, chocolate layer cake . . . or that soufflé that fell.

While life can be sweet, it’s also complicated. I write about relationships and what that four syllable word symbolizes.

Four syllable words describe my characters and their journeys.

 Conversations—Celebrations—Transformations

the latest book.
Mischief Makers novel
the newest ebook.
short stories & essays.

ADULT FICTION

A short story or two is always in the works. I have dozens of characters in line to audition. I also write novels. Mostly about families, friends, and the relationships in between.

ADULT NONFICTION

My essays are about flowers, pencils, balloons. But really about memories, travel, and fears.

FOR THE KIDS

This is the most difficult genre to write yet I keep trying. Kids are smart. They know when you are talking down or covering up.

thoughts and reflections.

Spring Has sprung!

Spring Has sprung!

It must be spring because my friends who garden are aware of what to plant and when. Not me! I even wrote about my black thumb. Flowery photos are flying back and forth through texts. The changing seasons in Central Florida are subtle. On any given day, facing the...

One Scary Thing

One Scary Thing

“Do one thing every day that scares you.”      Eleanor Roosevelt It's February! How are your resolutions coming along? For me, new habits are more likely to stick—the healthy kind—if started on a random day of the week in the middle of the...

In My Dog-ged Defense

In My Dog-ged Defense

My childhood was devoid of gerbils, hamsters, birds, or fish. Other than the photo below, I don’t recall owning a cat. And definitely—NO DOGS! As a preteen, I suffered through a sleepover that included a pony-sized Weimaraner. I learned that its house-rattling bark...

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