Wednesday, January 22, 2020 Tim and Laurie Price live on a magical spot in the Land of Enchantment. Tim shares a lot of fantastic photos at his blog, Off Center & Not Even. I was honored when he said I could “claim” one of the trees at their place. He gave me a choice of some … More Wednesday, Trees for Teagan — Off Center & Not Even
via Tales from Fraggle Towers Monday, December 10, 2018 I’m having a Wayne and Garth moment for not realizing the fabulous Fraggle had done a rockin’ review of not just one, but all the Atonement books — at Fraggle’s Other Place. So, I’m doing an extra post to share it. I hope you’ll click over and … More Tales from Fraggle Towers
Saturday, November 24, 2018 Welcome, everyone. I hope you’ve had a wonder-filled week. Something fun and unexpected happened to me. More on that in a second. First things first. If I had never written Atonement, Tennessee then I would have never started this blog. I wouldn’t have written any of the 1920s serials, or met … More A Bloomin’ Otherworldly Pigs Snippet
Saturday, November 17, 2018 Welcome, to my sanctuary. Could I offer you some coffee or tea, and a pastry or maybe a breakfast biscuit? Something more unusual — perhaps herbal tea… maybe even catnip tea? I had a few days away from my job, and other than a migraine and snow (both on Thursday), it’s … More A Bloomin’ Good Week in Atonement TN – It’s Catnip!
Saturday, November 10, 2018 The amazing Sue Vincent recently hosted me at her Daily Echo blog. We were talking about superstitions and I shared some from my youth. I had a great time at Sue’s and I hope you’ll click over to visit her. I expect the townsfolk in fictional Atonement, TN would tend to be … More Superstitions You Might Find in Atonement TN
Saturday October 27, 2018 My heartfelt thanks to everyone who got on the party bus for the launch of Atonement in Bloom. I can’t describe how much I appreciate everyone who shared and contributed to the launch. Deme and Honeybell are still in a party mood I don’t seem to know how to really take a … More What If I Take a Break…
Saturday, August 25, 2018 Deme and Honeybell, the otherworldly glowing pigs of Atonement, Tennessee had so much fun visiting with you recently that they talked me into letting them have the spotlight again today. Yes, it’s another snort story. If you’ve been following me for awhile, please forgive me for another rerun. The past couple of work-months have … More Matchmaking Pigs in Atonement, Tennessee