Paisley Ray books are not your typical fiction. A young woman’s plan for an art history degree turns into an outrageous series of misadventures in this laugh-out-loud romp about a girl who enrolls in a southern college during the height of the crazy era that was the 1980’s. This collection crosses genres of chick lit,… Continue reading Deep Fried and Pickled – A Book Review
New Release 4th March, available to pre-order! Thirty-something, Cecelia Laramie, strives for excellence like the other housewives in her quiet suburban neighborhood. Cece’s a bit eccentric with her elaborate doll collection and bouts of OCD, so when she finds out her well-to-do husband is misbehaving, she decides to nip it in the bud—with a baseball… Continue reading Pretty Dolls and Hand Grenades – A Book Review
I’ve been a bit caught up in moving and going through boxes in my garage and I’ve been ignoring my blog. I am so sorry but it has been a very productive week. I’ve interviewed and written pieces on five different charity runners who will be running either the half or full marathon in Asheville… Continue reading What a Week!
I am sure there are more than five but I wish someone had told me, or I had had the foresight to tell another runner, these five things at the start of my running career. You have to remember that I didn’t start running until the wonderful age of 46 with my “baby” of the… Continue reading Five Things I Wish I’d Known
It’s been one year. It’s been six years. Two different milestones but really two very interconnected milestones. Six years ago, I toed the line at my first marathon. My mother was a big cheerleader in my running. She never said I shouldn’t do it because I’m too old, I’ll hurt my knees or any of… Continue reading It’s Been a Year
Writing! That seems to be what I have been doing a lot of lately. I have several novels or novellas that I have written. Most of these start off as NaNoWriMo projects but get finished up well after November. I’ve never hit 50,000 words in one month. I’m okay with that as I like to… Continue reading Writing … Here and There
I know Sunday was Valentine’s Day. Back when I had six kids at home, I was always up for celebrating this holiday. I enjoyed picking out cards with the kids or making my own cards. I even bought cards and sent Valentines to the kids once they were in college. This year, though, I opted… Continue reading Valentine’s Day and A Book Review