#ThursdayDoors to Memory — Places in our Memories, with Judith Barrow

Thursday, September 15, 2022 Earlier this week, author Judith Barrow shared a post she invited me to do for her blog series, “Places in Our Memories.”  Her questions about personal recollections somehow brought to mind old amusement parks. That, of course, made me think of Hullaba Lulu, a Dieselpunk Adventure, and the very strange amusement park from … More #ThursdayDoors to Memory — Places in our Memories, with Judith Barrow

#ThursdayDoors to Indie Books — Snippets in Time 1, SR Mallery

Thursday, August 11, 2022 Thursday Doors to Indie Books It’s a good thing that I pos-i-lutely love to share, because sharing and supporting one another is a big part of being an indie author.  S.R. (Sarah) Mallery is a fellow author who has been a big help to me.  I’m honored, because her work is … More #ThursdayDoors to Indie Books — Snippets in Time 1, SR Mallery

Wednesday Writing & #ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind 4 — Don’t Chicken Out

Wednesday, August 3, 2022  Welcome back to the inside of my head.  It can be a wasteland in there.  You might want to bring some water. Don’t chicken out — come on inside.  You’re no dumb-cluck.  Later you can crow to the world that you survived.  Can you tell where I’m going yet?  For the … More Wednesday Writing & #ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind 4 — Don’t Chicken Out

Wednesday Writing & #ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind 3 — Being Indie

Wednesday, July 27, 2022  Welcome to my sanctuary everyone, whether you are a reader, writer, blogger, “Doors” aficionado or something else.  As you see by the title, my post is doing double duty again, but what the heck? I’ve always been a multi-tasker.  I’ve had too many challenges and bad dreams lately, so you’ll see … More Wednesday Writing & #ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind 3 — Being Indie

Wednesday Writing, & #ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind 2

Wednesday, July 20, 2022  Yes, my post is doing double duty again.  I’m flattered that Robbie Cheadle liked my post about My Author’s Mind enough last week that she used the theme.  I think she’s doing the same this week, so be sure to pop over and visit her blog.  Anyhow, that caused us to … More Wednesday Writing, & #ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind 2

Wednesday Writing, #ThursdayDoors, & Saturday Serial — Call for Photogs & Artists

Wednesday, July 13, 2022  How’s that for a post title?  Yes, it’s mindboggling — and yes, I couldn’t decide what day to post, because I had many things to mention, but not a lot to say about any of them.  Ha! For those of you who are relatively new here, I’m the founder of “The … More Wednesday Writing, #ThursdayDoors, & Saturday Serial — Call for Photogs & Artists

#ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind — Noisy Characters

Thursday, July 7, 2022    Welcome to my sanctuary, everyone.  To those of you in the USA, I hope you were able to enjoy Independence Day.  To my neighbors to the north, I hope it was a lovely Canada Day.   Thursday Doors, is a weekly feature hosted by Dan Antion.  It allows door lovers … More #ThursdayDoors to My Author’s Mind — Noisy Characters

#ThursdayDoors to Enchantment — Dead of Winter Conclusion

Thursday, June 16, 2022    The Journeys of “Dead of Winter” have reached the conclusion. In honor of the release of the final Journey, I’m making a Thursday Doors post related to the story.   The heroine’s home was the family apple orchard.  Emlyn might have made a wreath like this one. Emlyn’s chores included … More #ThursdayDoors to Enchantment — Dead of Winter Conclusion

A Strange Short for #ThursdayDoors Writing Challenge — Blue Door

Thursday, May 19, 2022 It’s still Thursday where I am… although not for much longer.  I was not satisfied with my progress on “Dead of Winter” today, although there was a little.  So, after my usual day was finished, I wrote another response for the Thursday Doors writing challenge, hosted by Dan Antion. This one … More A Strange Short for #ThursdayDoors Writing Challenge — Blue Door

A Short-short for Thursday Doors Writing Challenge, Lighthouse

Sunday, May 15, 2022 Welcome to my sanctuary.  Lighthouses seem like sanctuaries to me.  Today I’m sharing another response I wrote for the Thursday Doors writing challenge, hosted by Dan Antion. As upside-down as it seems, writing these (at night after I’m certain that I can’t focus on finishing Dead of Winter”) has helped me … More A Short-short for Thursday Doors Writing Challenge, Lighthouse

Monday, but a Thursday Doors Challenge #1, @DanAntion, Deborah M. Zajac

Monday, May 19, 2022 Welcome, all.  You wouldn’t believe how down on myself I’ve been, because I haven’t been able to plunge through the PTSD-anxiety that keeps me from finishing “Dead of Winter.”  I had also forgotten about the Thursday Doors writing challenge, hosted by Dan Antion. I had promised to participate and was looking … More Monday, but a Thursday Doors Challenge #1, @DanAntion, Deborah M. Zajac

Thursday Doors to #WomensHistoryMonth — the #1920s

Thursday, March 17, 2022 Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Dimitri Svetesikas, Pixabay Since my post is skimpy on actual doors, here’s a lovely old green door with shutters (a sort of door) and a wall box (which has another sort of door). Doors to Women’s History Yes, it’s time for “the wearing of the green,” but … More Thursday Doors to #WomensHistoryMonth — the #1920s

#ThursdayDoors to Self-knowledge & Fe-Lines at — Rebecca’s On The Road Book Club

Thursday, March 10, 2022 Welcome to Thursday Doors, a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week.  Then go to host, Dan Antion’s blog to share your … More #ThursdayDoors to Self-knowledge & Fe-Lines at — Rebecca’s On The Road Book Club

Thursday Doors to Enchantment — the North-country of Dead of Winter

Thursday, February 17, 2022 Doors to Enchantment Welcome to my sanctuary.  Spring is on the way in the Land of Enchantment, but Winter will be on my mind for weeks to come as I finish the final two installments of “Dead of Winter.”  In response to the Thursday Doors challenge, hosted by Dan Antion, I’ve looked … More Thursday Doors to Enchantment — the North-country of Dead of Winter

Thursday Doors to Enchantment — In the Pink

Thursday, February 10, 2022 Thursday Doors to Enchantment Thursday Doors is a blog event hosted by Dan Antion.  Since the motto of my adopted state is Land of Enchantment, and because I usually write about magical things, I call my “Doors” posts Doors to Enchantment.  Characters I’ve created for books written in years past are like … More Thursday Doors to Enchantment — In the Pink

Thursday Doors to Enchantment — & New from SR Mallery

Thursday, January 27, 2022 Thursday Doors to Enchantment Thursday Doors is a blog event hosted by Dan Antion.  Since the motto of my adopted state is Land of Enchantment, and because I usually write about magical things, I call my “Doors” posts Doors to Enchantment.   Who knows what enchantment may be hidden behind a door?  This … More Thursday Doors to Enchantment — & New from SR Mallery

Wednesday Writing & Thursday Doors — Answering Diana’s Challenge

Wednesday, January 19, 2022 Welcome to my sanctuary.  I hope everyone is having a wonderful week.  In the magic of Teagan’s Books, today it’s both Wednesday and Thursday.  I’m combining my response to a writing challenge from D. Wallace Peach with Thursday Doors, hosted by Dan Antion. https://nofacilities.com/2022/01/20/old-wethersfield-business/  What can I say? There was a … More Wednesday Writing & Thursday Doors — Answering Diana’s Challenge

Thursday Doors Challenge & Free e-Book (UPDATED)

Thursday, December 16, 2021 Thursday Doors Challenges Thursday Doors Badge Challenge I’m updating this post to include an entry for the Thursday Doors Badge.  Here’s my humble offering. Thursday Doors Favorite Doors Challenge This time, I’m the one responding to a challenge.  The host of Thursday Doors, Dan Antion has a few challenges going this … More Thursday Doors Challenge & Free e-Book (UPDATED)

Thursday Doors, with Olga Núñez Miret & John W. Howell

Thursday, January 21, 2021  I was so excited to read the review that author and translator, Olga Núñez Miret wrote for Dead of Winter: Journey 1, Forlorn Peak that I had to share it.  I’ve sent the limo above to pick up Olga and some other guests. In her review , Olga mentions that Dead of … More Thursday Doors, with Olga Núñez Miret & John W. Howell

Thursday Doors within Doors — Visiting Dan Antion, Robbie Cheadle, Teri Polen, & Mark Bierman

Thursday, January 14, 2021  You aren’t mistaken — this is an extra post from me this week.  Everyone has been so gracious and generous  with my book launch for Dead of Winter: Journey 1, Forlorn Peak that I’m bursting with gratitude… and blog posts.  Thursday Doors Thursday Doors is now hosted by Dan Antion.  Today … More Thursday Doors within Doors — Visiting Dan Antion, Robbie Cheadle, Teri Polen, & Mark Bierman

Dan’s Doors for Brother Love

Originally posted on No Facilities:
The details in this house are amazing. I’m not sure it fits in Mississippi, but I do like it. Two weeks ago, I included a sad little house in the gallery of doors. I’ve been looking for a house for Teagan’s story that fits her general concept for Birdie Devovo’s…

A Bloomin’ Barn

Saturday, December 8, 2018 When I was ready to publish Atonement in Bloom, blogger extraordinaire Dan Antion did the first ever (as far as we know) fictional Thursday Doors post.  He used doors and buildings from his part of the country that made him think of my quirky fantasy town in Tennessee.  Recently, with the photos Dan … More A Bloomin’ Barn