I’m a “The Glass is Half Full” person. Always have been. Like most of you, I’ve had my share of difficulties, from losing loved ones to painful ends to relationships to financial uncertainty. And now, add the COVID-19 pandemic to that list. Despite these challenging times, I work to focus on the good that inevitably…

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I love Spring—the newness of the longer days, the flowering trees, and the sense of new opportunities in the coming months. But in a time of the pandemic, those feelings are dampened by the realities of what we all now face. I think of my readers often and hope you and your families are safe…

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There’s so much happening, I don’t know where to begin! Sweet Lake, released on Tuesday, has earned raves from Buzzfeed and Culturalist. I was also featured on a local television show here in Charleston. If you haven’t already purchased Sweet Lake, grab your copy on Amazon, Barnes & Noble or another favorite online site. After reading,…

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Although the February 28th release of Sweet Lake is still a month away, there are reasons galore to begin the celebration early. This is my first traditionally-published novel (thank you, Lake Union) and the early reviews are heartening: “Sweet Lake is an enchanting story full of lovable characters.” —Redbook “In this uplifting and charming story,…

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Doesn’t the start of a new year give you a sense of soaring possibility? It’s one of my favorite times of the year, when cherished dreams seem destined to take flight. As you can imagine, I’m feeling the sense of “soaring possibility” in a big way at the moment.   Right before Christmas, I learned…

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