Monthly Archives: February 2015
Chronicles of Riss – the “official announcement” ; REBLOGGED
Originally posted on Jeanne Owens, author:
Ok. I know I posted about this yesterday, but I’m going to call this the “official” announcement of its release since I have links to all sites now. And so, without further ado… Chronicles of…
FAREWELL, MR. NIMOY
The color of the Star Trek uniform, blue like the sky as I gazed at the contrails, pretending they were space ships. Pretending they were the Enterprise. I was 14. I’m not sure I can go … Continue reading
THE BOOKS ARE HERE! – COPY CATS
How best can I describe seeing my books in print? Cherry snow cone at the county fair? Summer twilight with the whole hot night ahead? A walk by the ocean? A good meal with sprinkles? Definitely sprinkles! I write because … Continue reading
TINKERBELLE, STAR OF MOLLIE HUNT’S NEW CAT MYSTERY
Tinkerbelle fans! Announcing COPY CATS, a Crazy Cat Lady mystery, starring the beautiful Tinkerbelle! Tink plays herself in this new cozy mystery book written by her mom, Mollie Hunt. Though the story is fictional, Tinkerbelle is so purrfect, Mollie didn’t … Continue reading
LUX: AN AFFIRMATION
In the desperate moments of darkness, between the joy of Lux and the sorrow, I wrote this affirmation. When I stuck by it, things went better; when I didn’t, I was lost. Nothing is perfect. The trip through anxiety is … Continue reading
Casuals Don’t Fool Anyone – REBLOGGED
For my shoe-minded friends.
REBLOGGED: Are Black Cats Being Overlooked?
My 2 black cats, Tinkerbelle and Little, asked me to share this blog:
PRAISE FOR MOLLIE HUNT, CAT PERSON
With my new book, COPY CATS, a crazy Cat Lady mystery coming out soon, I asked Jackson Galaxy if he would write me a note of praise. I am extremely proud of this commendation and want to share it with … Continue reading
Reblogged: Brain Tumor Diagnosis….
An artist faces fate, bringing us all a little closer to our own. Brain Tumor Diagnosis…..
27: LUX – THUNDERSHIRT
With Lux gone, the house felt emptier than ever. In March, we had lost our old cat, Dirty Harry, to kidney disease. Harry was the best, the smartest, the sassiest, the sweetest cat on this earth. Though our … Continue reading