Watching My Dreams Fly Away

I sat on my balcony typing away furiously trying to get on top of my project before our two-week vacation. I had my red composition notebook nearby filled with printed half-stories and two handwritten pages. On the handwritten pages were 40 titles for articles I would write. ...more

There's Always Tomorrow

There's always tomorrow,With so much to do,And so little time in a day.  There's always tomorrow,...more


Cindy Chow wrote this great review of A Premonition of Murder, book 3 in my Dream Club Mysteries for Penguin-Random House....more

Ignore the Weather and Tread Forth!

How much of your life have you spent wo ...more

Do You Have the Dream Gene

Over pancakes this morning, my 5-year-old daughter spent 15 minutes describing last night's dream to me in detail. “There was a fire in the building and I told everyone we had to evacuate, but before we did, I reminded them to grab their phones and laptops! Don't worry, the cats were already rescued. ...more

I Don't Have a Dream


Changing Direction Changes Everything

Just a dream...

I woke up this morning in the middle of a dream.  It was so insightful that I spent the next several minutes attempting to recall all of the details.  I once learned that to remember a dream, it is best to keep our eyes closed, stay in the same position we woke up in and keep the room lights off....more

Here's to Wayne, A spiritual Blunder (excerpt from Chapter 3 part three)

I had recently finished reading something that suggested that Jesus had known Mary Magdalene as his wife or if not his wife then he was very close to her in an intimate way. I could not stop thinking about this. Could it be? Could Jesus really have been in love with Mary? When I was a single mom I had read the New Testament several times and had once had a thought that I immediately dismissed. I had a brief thought that Jesus would be the ideal husband. The thought surprised me and I felt a little embarrassed for even thinking of our Lord Jesus in such a way....more