I’m starting a blog in hopes that we will all get to know each other more intimately. I’m sure there are several things about me you don’t know and I’m barely acquainted with some of you. So, let’s get together and create a friendship blog.
I was born in a very small town in Oklahoma. I had two of the meanest brothers God ever put on earth. I think we fought with each other from the day we were born. My dad worked in the mines, farmed and broke horses. We weren’t rich, but we had a good family life. My great-grandmother lived to be 103 so she had a very strong influence on my life and was the inspiration for my Women of Courage Series.
Tell me about your childhood escapades as I will be sharing some of mine with you in future newsletters. People tell me they are hysterical. I can tell you that they weren’t all funny when they were happening, but we all laugh about them now.
How was your Thanksgiving? I had a wonderful time with my kids and grandkids. I ate too much food, and spent too much time cooking my family’s favorite dishes. After stuffing our faces, we gathered around the TV and watched the Cowboys play football.
Some of you might be wondering what’s on the agenda for my writing. In December we’ll see the release of the seventh book in Falcon Securities, OUT OF THE BLUE. This is Hank and Lily’s story and they manage to get into a lot of trouble. It’s a non-stop, perilous adventure with one twist after another. Also, I’ve put out a box set of the first three books in the Falcon Series. This is great for someone who hasn’t tried the series before. The Women of Courage fans will be delighted to learn the final Episode of Women of Courage, LOVE RELEASED, will be coming out later in the month. That will end Virgil and Cora’s story, but never fear we’ll be hearing plenty from them in the next Women of Courage, LOVE RENEWED.
I leave you with a wish that you and those you love have a very Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah. I look forward to becoming busier than ever writing more books I hope you will enjoy reading.