Hidden identities and hurting people. What will the pictures reveal? I’m excited to announce that my second novel, The Photographer, is at Amazon. Do you like mysteries? This one is about a cold case. Part of the first chapter is below. THE CONSEQUENCES HAVE GONE FURTHER THAN THE MISSING, AND JUSTICE MUST BE SERVED. eBook […]Read More
My town is small. So small, in fact, that we don’t even have a traffic light. Thanks to local entrepreneurs, the majority of the buildings along Main Street are occupied, most with antique shops or thrift stores, along with the library, bank, and post office. The buildings are all old, but they hold historic interest. […]Read More
Do you ever look at a blank piece of paper with wonderment? Do you see endless possibilities? Does anticipation fill your heart and mind at the prospect of filling a blank page? It seems there’s a diverse range of responses when it comes to a blank page. Some fear and avoid it. Others jump at […]Read More
In the past few weeks I’ve heard the expression “me time,” over and over. Now this could sound a bit selfish . . . Yet the people saying it are some of the most unselfish people I know! So what’s up with that? Basically, it’s a simple way to say, “I’ve spread myself too thin. If I don’t […]Read More
Seeing is one thing; paying attention to detail is another. Though many things come daily into our view, very few actually register into the thought process. As you read this blog, think of situations in your life that make this example relevant to you. As a group of landscape artists climbed the rugged terrain of […]Read More
It’s of utmost importance that we share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with those around us. This is not always easy, but Pro 11:30 tells us, "The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life; and he that wins souls is wise." My desire, with this blog, and through my book, is to give you tools that will help you live out your salvation and encourage you to find ways to share your faith. Using creative outlets is a great way to open doors of communication, often presenting opportunities to witness.