Saturday, November 29, 2008

Good from Bad

At a time of the year when we all want to be carried away with joy and peace, many people are struggling. Life isn't always easy. My sister Sara can attest to that. Her husband has been sick for eighteen months. Not just a little sick. The kind of sick that changes a person. And everyone who loves him.

Here is an article written by Sara for Today's Christian Woman. Perhaps you'll find her journey encouraging.

Friday, November 28, 2008

It's supposed to be raining, but....

Instead, it's snowing.

Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Continuity 2010

On the heels of posting the cover for COLD CASE MURDER, I've been asked to write book four in the 2010 continuity. All the stories will deal with witness protection. So far, I know that my heroine is pregnant and in witness protection. I also know that her ex-husband is trying to find her and that just as he finds her so does the villian.

Sound intriguing?

It did to me. Plus, I really love writing stories about couples who reunite.

I can't wait to get started!

Sunday, November 09, 2008

Another Cover

This is for the 2009 LI Suspense continuity. It makes me wonder. I guess that is always a good thing when it comes to covers. If I wonder about the cover, I'll pick up the book and read the blurb.

Thursday, November 06, 2008

There is Snow on the Mountains

And it is COLD.

Okay, so it's not quite as cold as I'm told it's going to get. Currently, it's no colder than it was in Maryland in December. I'm not much for cold weather. However, I've decided I will learn to love it. I'm here in cold country, so I may as well get used to the idea.

Also, the snowy mountains are beautiful. Makes me want to write a historical just so that I can write about traveling through those mountains during the winter. Although, I don't suppose many settlers would have chanced it. I can't even imagine driving through some of those passes on a road in a car.

Christmas will be different this year. No family around. Not a huge network of friends. We'll be creating new traditions and new memories, but that doesn't mean we won't miss old traditions. And while I'm thinking of new traditions and family, I can't help wondering what DD #2 is doing. I know, it's been a while since I've mentioned the adoption, but that doesn't mean it's not still happening. Our daughter will have another year in China without us. We'll have another year here without her. I don't stress much about time passing. All of it is in God's hands.

Now...I'd better go write. I hope you all are writing too!