I made my first trip back to Houston since Mom died a year and a half ago. This post journals my quick trip, dipping my toes back in southern waters.
Of course, when you are publishing a book, you have to make important decisions. Hard decisions, sometimes. This is the story of how my cover design for "What Ronnie Sue Knew" came to be.
I had a dream about Mom. It’s actually a pretty rare occurrence that I remember any part of my dreams, and even rarer that she makes an appearance in them. When those wake me up in the middle of the night, I think it bears recording.
Sometimes, random phone calls can actually be quite lovely. Read on to learn about a recent conversation I had with my childhood neighbor who shared his experience reading my book.
Though not my first published book, this is the first book that I wrote that talks about parts of my life that have impacted me the most. More specifically, my mom. It is also the first one for which I have had the honor of having a book signing event.
I am so proud to announce that my play, How Do We Feel Right Now? is now available for licensing through Leicester Bay Theatricals! My hope is that these stories will now get wider exposure and that schools, youth theatres and regional companies will have the opportunity to produce this production. We should all be… Continue reading Licensing now available!
I got a random instant message from a former student, Mona, who I'm still connected with over Facebook after all these years.
Announcing the release of my new memoir "What Ronnie Sue Knew" in September 2021!
After a summer full of writing activities, I find myself in a space where I have a bit of writer's block. Here's how I am combating the pause in inspiration.
Paying our respects to loved ones we've lost can take many forms.