Tag Archives: Texas
When your world has been blown apart, and you must bring the magic that puts it back together. Inspired by true events: #Hurricane Harvey, which made international headlines, and one that probably didn’t make it to your news feed. … Continue reading
Happy International Authors Day! Here’s one that you should get to know. And, be sure to enter the giveaway at the end of the post. A self-proclaimed techie and foodie, Toi Thomas was born in Texas but considers Virginia to be … Continue reading
Quench your thirst for a good read with this one: Single Malt Murder by Melinda Mullet Single Malt Murder: A Whisky Business Mystery Ballantine Group; Alibi | On Sale: March 21st, 2017 | ISBN: 9780399179051| 300 Pages | Price: $4.99 … Continue reading
This year, The Sand Band will perform at Treasure Island on Friday, April 29th, playing their own original music and many TropRock covers. Continue reading
It’s parties a go-go here at Word Central today. In the Chalklands, King Bewilliam and his subjects are winding down his birthday celebration. For a while longer you can get The Lost King for 99 little pennies but hurry before the king … Continue reading
You can find The Lights Go On at the Park, my little Christmas story, on Noisetrade Books and Wattpad, or just read it right here. I hope your Christmas is merry and bright.
Christmas makes me cranky. For one thing, it’s not my holiday to celebrate. To delight in the charming and colorful lighting displays, the brilliant red color spots of poinsettias, the fragrance of pine and cloves and the tantalizing tease of lavishly wrapped presents seems hypocritical … Continue reading
Break out the bubbly! Missing just became available on amazon.com. I am positively giddy about this because the author, Alice Marks, is my mentor, dear friend, and a phenomenally talented writer. What’s Missing about? Rhonda Collins MD is a popular physician at a … Continue reading
Party like there’s no tomorrow. Because, well, time is just a construct so maybe there is no tomorrow, or yesterday. That said, join me in this timeline on Friday, Aug. 7, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Port … Continue reading
It’s Shark Week. Have you read Naked Came the Sharks yet? OK, these sharks travel on two legs but they can be just as deadly.