A Weekly Offering of This n That

Rainy Day is my alter ego. She is the little angel that sits on one shoulder and whispers in my ear to forgo that 6" piece of triple chocolate fudge with the four scoops of ice cream on it; she is also the little devil who sits on my other shoulder and convinces me that I can eat just one bite of each and be satisfied, and then laughs with such great abandon when in fact, I eat the whole thing, she falls off my shoulder. Mostly, Rainy Day helps me see the humor in living and, mostly, she encourages me down the right path. Not necessarily the straight and narrow one (how fun is that?) but the path that offers the most adventure and fun.

Monday, March 17, 2014


Yes, indeed, I'm back!

It took a while, but the novel is not only finished, but also published! Yes, after much research, a road trip, and many rewrites/edits Madame Dorion: Her Journey to the Oregon Country is now available at your favorite Book Seller. (You may have to ask them to order it – the ISBNs are:  ISBN-10: 1494225492 and ISBN-13: 978-1494225490. However, your bookseller can look it up by title and or author (that's me, folks;-) )

If you buy a hard copy and want it signed, send me a SASE and I'll sign a clear sticker you can place in the book (or you can come see me and bring the book;-) If you buy the electronic version and want it signed, well, send me a SASE and I'll sign the sticker and you can stick it on the back of your eReader.

Unfortunately, I can't remember how to get into the back of the blog to change some of the whatsits along the side bar, but you hardly ever read them anyway ;-)

Marie, or Madame Dorion lived a couple hundred years ago, and her story is truly one of heroism. I will be posting bits and pieces about her, and the road trip a friend and I took as part of my research, as well as bits and pieces of this n that. I'll do my best to get the updates posted on Monday, but you know how we authors are – sometimes we get lost in a world of our own making and totally space on things like calendars, blogs, and meals.

This is the front cover of Madame Dorion: Her Journey to the Oregon Country. That's some of the scenery she saw as she walked to the Oregon Country.

It's good to be back. I've missed you. I hope you've missed me. Just a wee bit.

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