Last month I promised pictures of my son’s wedding. Out of the 940 these are just a few. My husband and I had not just gotten out of the mental ward for the day. We are singing.
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By Susan Carlisle I have placed a moratorium on weddings in my house. We just had one last week, and I have another son on the verge of proposing (I think) but I’m going to say no to the wedding even though I would like to see him married and I like the girl he […]
By Debbie Kaufman Recently my creative mind took a long holiday. It was one of those surprise trips, like the kind where someone hands you a ticket, says they’ve made all the arrangements, and only gives you vague clues as to how to pack. Next thing you know you’re staring out the window of a […]
by Maxine Davis Recently a friend told me to STOP rewriting and let it go. I did. I sent my “baby” to her to read and comment. This was one of my first books I wrote and had recently updated, and updated, and updated. You know how that goes. While taking a brief hiatus from […]
By Susan Carlisle My father never knew his dad. He died two months before my dad was born. My grandfather was from the panhandle of Oklahoma and my grandmother from the green hills of Tennessee. When my grandfather died she moved back to Tennessee. I know a few things about my grandfather but not much. […]
Have you ever met someone you thought had it all together to find out that underneath that facade that they were really very needy? That is just the kind of character Michelle is in my newest book The Rebel Who Stole Her Heart. She is a heart surgeon with a tough exterior but is falling […]