‘Weekends’ didn’t exist in the 1850s!

Of course, Saturdays and Sundays aren’t a new invention, but the concept of ‘weekend’ as we know it in the United States did not originate until the rise of the labor movement in the early 1900s. Unions formed and demanded shorter hours and more time off for workers to recuperate from their physically demanding jobs.…

My Author Interview Podcast Now Available!

My appearance on Wayne G. Barber Author Hour Podcast  is now available online. Just click the link, and hear my take on the writing process, peppered with the history and legends which spurred me to write.     Both nerve-wracking and fun, the live interview on the radio pushed me way out of my comfort zone.…

“See You on the Radio!”

On Tuesday (May 25th) I will be the guest author on AUTHOR’S HOUR with Wayne Barber. Tune into 1380 on the AM dial or 99.9FM at 9:00am EDT to hear me talk about my award winning (!) books and author related Intellectual Property issues like obtaining copyright protection for your works of art. Don’t just…

Walk Away West Wins Award

Walk Away West – voted Pinnacle Book’s BEST WOMEN’S FICTION. My publisher Evolved Publishing Inc. nominated Walk Away West and we won this accolade this winter. In all the cabin fever and gloomy isolation of our COVID quarantine, Pinnacle Book Awards recognized my hard work and dedication to detail and graced me with this award.…