This year for the first time in over nineteen years, there will be a blue moon on Halloween. A blue moon is more than one full moon in a month, which doesn’t happen frequently. I am celebrating one year in print with my book, Blue Moon, a tale of precious things more rare than a blue moon. I thought it would be fun to offer a giveaway to coincide with the two.
Instead of a book review this week I wanted to let you know about a book tour. For the next few weeks, I am happy to have the first book in my series, Ruby Moon, on tour with Celebrate Lit Publicity Book Tours!
I approach the end of an enormous effort, in November 23rd the last book in my series, By the Light of the Moon, will be released.
How does cradling a hot cup of tea in my hands comfort me? The warmth reminds me of safety, of home.
I am excited to announce that I have decided to go ahead and publish my fourth and last novel in my By the Light of the Moon series, Harvest Moon, which will be released on November 23rd, 2020.
A reader should get a taste of what might happen and the theme or direction the story might traverse to get to the crux of the plot from the opening lines of a novel.
Ultimately, Silver Moon is a story of forgiveness, second chances, prayer and patience.
I enjoy hearing about legends and tales from local and different cultures. I wanted to incorporating legends and tales into my novels, and since some of my characters were of Ojibwe blood, I chose that tradition as a base for the tales.
It’s been a while since I introduced myself, so I thought—especially for people I’m newly connected with—I’d write a further introduction.
I have been enjoying the living color of the wildflowers blooming in a strip that my husband, Ken, planted alongside the tall grass at the base of the hill on the north side of our home. We look each day for new blooms as we go slowly along the strip on our golf cart with little Miss Ruby (our mini Yorkie) standing at the ready to chase any wildlife that makes itself known. An array of colors from pastels to deep fuchsia and red brighten the hillside with the cheery faces of flowers.