My youngest child, Lisbon, and I often exchange notes on a whiteboard, and what she writes sometimes means so much, I just have to snap a picture!
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Many writer have their characters do anything but lie down just to avoid mistakes. But knowing when to use lay and lie really isn’t that complicated. Want to get it right once and for all? Read on!
After my youngest sister Sarah Tarr (AKA Jazzy Blue Brite) died tragically and unexpectedly at age thirty-three in Jan 2019, I had a awful struggle dealing with the regrets surrounding her death.
Lisbon shares her stories for the first time.
When my younger sister died unexpectedly, we decided not to have a traditional funeral, but together with her many friends planned a Celebration of Life, where everyone wore blue or rainbow and where her fellow hoopsters would hula hoop with fire.
After more than eighteen months, my son Kaiden was able to marry Lily, the woman he fell in love with in Mozambique. Here are some pictures from their December 14th wedding and reception.
After doing research, I decided transforming the gym with a false ceiling would be our best bet of creating something memorable out of an ordinary space.
How Far is a novel that brings up several important moral dilemmas. Use these questions for book clubs or individual thought.
These were the questions I thought about as I began writing How Far. I wanted to show one man’s dilemma in balancing his need to protect his daughter against his duty to obey the law, and to depict his struggle in an overloaded system where there are no second chances for the innocent victims.
I’m excited to announce that my newest stand-alone novel How Far will be released at the end of this month.