If Donna Tartt and I were in a relationship on Facebook, it would be, “It’s Complicated.” Reading her novels leaves me awed and frustrated, annoyed and enlightened.
Happy Day After Thanksgiving! I hope you all celebrated in the way you love best. My day was spent wonderfully with family and friends and as always, far too much fun. I tried a couple new recipes which turned out really well. But the most important thing is, now that Thanksgiving is over… it’s officially CHRISTMASTIME.
Friday, you are welcome here.
Yesterday Camarillo Library hosted their 2nd annual Local Authors Fair, and I was lucky enough to be in attendance! It was such a fun day. I got to interact with fellow writers, sell and sign a few books, and meet some wonderful potential new readers.
Can somebody tell November to slow its roll? I feel like it just started but we’re already a third of the way through it. I feel like I’m going to blink and it’ll be Christmas and then I’ll blink again and it will be 2018 and I’m just not ready for that yet. Know whatContinue reading “Five Things Friday (#10)”
If you’re in the Southern California area, swing by Camarillo Library on Sunday the 12th between 11 and 3 for their 2nd annual Local Authors Fair!
I love road trips. Flying is nice and saves time, but to me, nothing beats hitting the road. When I was young, my parents took us on a yearly road trip to Washington to visit my cousins. It was a 24-hour drive that we usually split into three 8-hour days. I’ve seen most of the western United States by car — as far east as Wyoming. I consider myself a road trip veteran.
Is it me, or did this week completely fly by? I hope you all had a fun and safe Halloween! We have officially begun the home stretch to Christmas and buddy, I am ready. Here are five things that zoomed by my face this week. 1. These photos of Julia Child These are from a new compilationContinue reading “Five Things Friday (#9)”
It is a truth universally acknowledged that making friends as an adult is hard. It’s awkward and uncomfortable to get close to someone new at this point in your life, especially if you’re like me and have had the same best friend for sixteen years. Prior to about two years ago, I was totally Sam WeirContinue reading “Invisible Friends”