Great Sisters in Literature

The first Sunday in August is Sisters Day, an international day to appreciate sisters, obviously! Jane Austen certainly appreciated sisters, from her beloved Cassandra in real life, to the many different sister characters she wrote. She gave us the Bennet and … Read More

Clueless turns 20, and I still majorly, totally, butt-crazily love it

Old people can be so sweet sometimes. I admit that, due to nostalgia or whatever it is that makes us look fondly back at the movies and music from our youth, I tend to revere some things from the 90’s … Read More

On the Trail with Darcy and Lizzy: Harpers Ferry

In honor of National Trails Day, I’m posting the final entry in “On the Trail with Darcy and Lizzy.” I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing the views and sights along the trip taken by Darcy and Elizabeth in Boots & Backpacks. … Read More

Interview at Wings of Paper

Loren over at Wings of Paper has posted an interview. Of me! She also translated my answers into Italian. Thanks, Loren! The questions mostly cover my debut novel, Boots & Backpacks. Here is one question, but head over to Loren’s … Read More

Grandma Gatewood: AT history maker, abuse survivor, excellent walker

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There have been many inspirational stories about Appalachian Trail hikers, but in honor of Women’s History Month, I want to highlight Emma Gatewood. Born in 1887 to a Civil War vet Ohio farmer, she was one of 15 children. She … Read More

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