First, let me answer the question I’m asked most often: how do you say your last name? It’s pronounced CARE. I love that name because I care about you having good books to read and enjoy. I care about making my books fun to read and well done. I care about having my books show that good always wins and love is the greatest of all.
I’m a self-published author from the Great American Outback where I live with my Hubby of over 40 years. I’ve loved to write my whole life, but it wasn’t until I retired that I could focus that energy into writing fiction and non-fiction books. It’s become one of the joys of my life.
Each week, I post a new blog about the things I see, do, and remember. Please join me in my adventures.
Please read my books. Leave reviews. Tell your friends. Let’s have a blessed day.
I’m a Klutz
Most people already knew that, but now everyone will know. Always have been and probably always will be. One of my most often repeated prayers
The IWG Writers Conference
Hubby and I just returned from Boise and the Idaho Writers Guild conference. He didn’t go to the conference but had a great time biking
In the last few months, I’ve heard more and more about the new AI program, Chat GPT, that will write whatever you want it to
My Latest Book
This coming week, Hubby and I will make our way to Boise, Idaho for the Idaho Writers Guild conference. I’ve attended the past several years
Hubby and I were discussing how forgetful we seem to be getting. Since we’ve been home, we’ve been hunting for things. Where did we store
The Aurora and One-Room Schools
The Aurora Borealis appeared in spectacular fashion last Sunday night while I was home alone and was uncomfortable going out to dark places late at
We’re Home Again
After spending five months in Texas, Hubby and I are home again in South Dakota. Our last week in Texas was a full one. We
Packing for Home
Our time in the southern climes in nearing its end. Our friends and neighbors in South Dakota have endured the second heaviest snowfall winter on
Hubby and I are basically country folks, so when our route takes us through a big city, we’re a little nervous. The high-speed, crowded city