So another Golden Crown Literary Society Conference has come and gone. Hard to believe this is the Con’s 14th year. As always, it was a great fest of hugs and a million hellos to friends new and old. But it wasn’t all fun and games! Thursday morning bright and early found me on the Accidental… Read More GCLS 2018, Goldie Awards, Dorothy Allison and me!
I have no idea how June showed up so fast, but here we are a quarter into Pride Month! It’s always a big month for No Limits Printing, the name I gave my company before I understood how many limits we really had. It’s under this semi-rumpled umbrella I sell my books, custom stamped rings,… Read More Yo Baby, Welcome to Pride Month!
So today, which will be yesterday for you all, is Mom’s Day. It’s a bittersweet day, because my own mom passed away ten years ago this past March. It’s so hard to believe that much time has passed, and I bet there are plenty of readers who understand that. I didn’t have the best relationship… Read More Mom’s Words
So I was at a local Caribou Coffee writing with my good friend, Judy Kerr, in Monticello, Minnesota a few days ago. Before I continue, a little back story is needed here. Caribou is one of my go-to places to write. It’s welcoming, relaxed, and has great hot chocolate, because of course, I don’t drink… Read More Fake News at Caribou Coffee
So a couple of weeks ago, I was in Portland, OR to attend an event called The Portland Lesbian Writer’s Guild Presents Readings of Rapturous Romance and a Bountiful Book Faire (boy that’s a mouthful!) and then help Lori Lake move to a new house. I was so excited to bail my behind out of… Read More The moral of the story…
Yep, it’s that time again. That time when the world is supposed to come together and celebrate the best of the best. The creme of the crop. What sport do you look most forward to? Figure skating? My mom loved to watch figure skating. The individual competition, the couples, the graceful movements, the exciting jumps… Read More Olympic Magic
So the Golden Globes have once again come and gone. The red carpet has been unfurled and rerolled, and celebrities have been seen, photographed, awarded, applauded, and have delivered the expected acceptance speeches. However, this year, following the explosive #MeToo movement, the 2018 Golden Globes were anything but run of the mill. I admit I… Read More Oprah, the Golden Globes, and #TimesUp