If you are an author, you know that without a publicist or agent, it is hard to make your mark — especially in the beginning, when you are a complete unknown. After I published my first book, The Quest for Excalibur, I learned about the industry the hard way. My publisher was not going to sit by the phone and make dates for book signings. That, I learned was my job. I had to advocate for myself; after all, I am not Michael Crichton or J.K. Rowling—at least, not yet.
What about sleeping in do you not understand! Come read about my irritation with The Hubby and my need for rest to heal my body. It's all part of partnership and respect and life being married for 33 years. He frustrates me but I still love him. Enjoy and join me in my life.
Come and join the fun at the Sock Hop. A recap of the past week in my life with pictures to enjoy of the fun we had at the Sock Hop. My health is again getting wonky but I'm battling with positive thought and deeds and vitamins. It's been rough for the past few months but I'm bound and determined to get well. I'm too young to have all this crap going on.
A school of fish, a murder of ravens, and a fascination of ...dolls.
When I was a little girl I played with dolls but they were not
nearly as fascinating as my Lego or train set. But these days I've
found a different world of dolls.
I've been searching on-line for examples of interesting dolls. I
make dolls myself. I cant spend much time on them as I have to work :(
and looking through doll maker Marina Bychkova 's site I must admit to a twinge or two of jealously.