That’s a lyric by Ian Tyson, a singer-songwriter whose music my husband enjoys. The full message is “Technology was supposed to set us free. That ain’t the way it turned out to be.” Not long ago, I found myself in what I refer to as “Amazon publishing hell” and felt the same way.
Are you staying home except for trips to the grocery store or the pharmacy? I ache for our small businesses, and I want to do what I can to support them.
Have you ever heard of Christ Child Society of Atlanta? I hadn’t until an informative email popped up in my mailbox. Christ Child Society of Atlanta was founded in June 2003 and is part of the National Christ Child Society founded to serve underprivileged children. Currently, the organizati…
In my cozy mystery series, the main character owns a Great Pyrenees named Dickens, but not just any Pyr. Hers is a dwarf, and they do exist, just not in great numbers. You can’t go out and find one at a pet store or at a breeder’s. They’re anomalies.
This week’s column was triggered by a story about the demise of village cafés across France. As industries like “mines, textile factories, and steel smelters” closed, workers were forced to seek employment beyond the villages. People moved or commuted and no longer frequented the village caf…
It started with a column for The Crier. That’s when I discovered how much I enjoyed writing. That’s when I discovered my passion. Then came a book co-written with my dog. (What, doesn’t everyone do that?)