March 4, 2016
My daughter is reading one of my books.

Ana is reading Operation Bonnet. So is our mini Schnauzer, but I think Ana is getting more out of it. Or at least I hope she is. I’m trying to act natural, like it’s no biggie. Whatever, man! That’s cool. Go ahead, read it. Hope you like it. Or not. Or whatever. Of course I’m … Continue reading “My daughter is reading one of my books.”

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January 17, 2016
Giving Guide

Hello and happy freezing cold day from the tundra! Here’s what I look like this morning: Not exactly true. This woman is European. So I looked less stylish. Listen, I want you to know I’m not going to start being THAT GIRL. You know, that girl who blogs every forty-five minutes and annoys you by … Continue reading “Giving Guide”

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January 15, 2016
Inside Scoop: Operation Bonnet

Oh, Nellie. Operation Bonnet is Nellie’s story, and it’s a doozy. Nellie, an academic smarty pants with rough social skills, desperately wants to become a private investigator. Her small town in Ohio, however, is too sleepy for any case worth its salt. So when her first break comes from an ex-Amish guy who needs some … Continue reading “Inside Scoop: Operation Bonnet”

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May 16, 2011

I met this lovely lady this week. Photo courtesy of Debbie Macomber came to Des Moines and I had a chance to chat with her. First, you should know that she has published ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY BOOKS. I feel this merits writing out the words for such a huge number. And she’s just … Continue reading “”

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March 23, 2011
Kindle Lovin’

Spring is in the air, thanks be to God! Every year, I worry I might not make it. At least without crying on the kitchen floor and asking my children to fend for themselves because I have to get outside, even if there is a blizzard warning. But then spring arrives, I see daffodils peeking … Continue reading “Kindle Lovin’”

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