A Book Lover’s Tag

Well, I've had an interesting week. For several months, I've been bothered by knee pain. Finally got a referral to an orthopedic surgeon and surgery may be in my future. However, I woke up on Monday with pain in my right middle toe. (You might guess its on the same side as my bad knee.) … Continue reading A Book Lover’s Tag

Finishing Strong, New Release, and Autumn Equinox

It's been another busy week around the Hall household, but I'm happy to say it's been an exciting one. Not only did AIW Press release the anthology, Quantum Wanderlust, but I finished the first draft of Unknown Reasons on Tuesday night. As with most of my writing projects, it took me longer than anticipated to … Continue reading Finishing Strong, New Release, and Autumn Equinox

Patriot Day and Another Busy Week

It's hard to believe that sixteen years have passed since that fateful day in 2001. For as long as I live, I'll never forget the feeling I had when I first heard the news of the planes hitting the Twin Towers. Sitting in my office at work, I turned on the radio seconds later to … Continue reading Patriot Day and Another Busy Week

Full Moons, Time Travel, and a Holiday

After taking two days off from my day job last week, I had a five day weekend with the Labor Day holiday. And can I say those five days went by incredibly fast? Somehow, in my busyness to finish Unknown Reasons as well as formatting another book, I lost track of the fact we had … Continue reading Full Moons, Time Travel, and a Holiday

The Month That Was

September has arrived, leaving August a mere memory. And what a month it was—some good, some bad. August began with promise. My husband and I had just come off a week’s vacation. Although I’m a “mountain” person, we decided to go to the Texas coast this year. We spent two nights in Corpus Christi in … Continue reading The Month That Was

Remembering

Today in the United States, we celebrate Memorial Day. It's sort of the unofficial start of summer. Kids get out of school, families begin taking vacations, and many people will flock to the lakes for boating, skiing, and cookouts. But this is not a holiday to be taken lightly. It began as Decoration Day back … Continue reading Remembering

What’s on My Bookshelf?

Long before I became a writer, I was a reader. When I was in school, I frequented the library to check out books. Later, I began to visit the local bookstore where I would browse the shelves and often purchase paperbacks. One particular summer, I would hurry home from work, grab an ice cold beverage, … Continue reading What’s on My Bookshelf?

Onward and Upward

A new year is upon us, and it brings about new beginnings. In some ways, a new year is like starting over. I’ve always looked at each January as a time for rebirth and renewal. A time for putting the past behind and moving forward. A time to forget our past mistakes and failures and … Continue reading Onward and Upward

This and That

Every time I think I’m going to blog on a regular basis, like maybe weekly, something happens. Before I know it, two or three weeks have passed. And while I don’t want to write something just for the sake of writing, I would like to communicate more often with my readers. So what have I … Continue reading This and That

2015 in Review

A few photos from 2015. The cover for The Stranger, the stage at the Ringo Starr concert, the Space Shuttle Discovery, and a civil-war cannonball, lodged in the wall of a mansion at Vicksburg, Mississippi. Once again the time has come for us to bid farewell to another year. Wasn’t it only yesterday we welcomed … Continue reading 2015 in Review