UBER OOPS

I was (pleasantly) shocked a couple of years ago when I saw Uber was available in the little town south of Nashville where Hubby and I live. Since then, we’ve used this service (with varying degrees of satisfaction) quite a few times. Parking prices in downtown Nashville have gotten so ridiculous we’ll drive to a friend’s business […]

Siblings Day

Yesterday (April 10) was National Siblings Day. I got a random text from my only sibling saying she was looking forward to our visit next week. I didn’t realize it was Siblings Day. Typically, we go to Seattle to visit her every spring, but last year, I got a monster migraine on our travel day […]

Happy Valentine’s Day

    Coming soon…   An anthology of love stories. Some are sweet, some bittersweet, and some sour. Two of my short stories, Prime Time and Runaway Wife, will be in this anthology. Watch for it on Amazon. ~ Kay    

Happy New Year!

It’s a new year and I think everyone is ready for it! 2016 was filled with sad surprises: deaths of people we love and/or admire, political results, etc. But, it’s a new year, so take a deep breathe and dive in. I’m working on content and line edits for two short stories that will be […]

Sweet Home Alabama

I had the pleasure of visiting my Alma mater, Huntingdon College, in Montgomery, Alabama, earlier this week…on Halloween to be exact. I was the guest of the English Department. Tom Perin, professor and author himself, interviewed me in a Town Hall type setting. The audience consisted of honors students and participants in a program called Practicing […]

Happy Halloween

A great big thank you to Joel & Carol Tomlin of Landmark Booksellers in Franklin, Tennessee, for including me in their author signings at Saturday’s Pumpkin Fest.  Except for the 85 degree heat (it’s October in Tennessee, folks. What’s with that???), which melted the chocolate candy I had out for the trick-or treaters, it was a […]

Mark your calendar — Halloween events!

I love Fall–the colors, the weather, our anniversary, Halloween. Well, Halloween, isn’t that big of a deal, though it’s fun watching the kiddies in their costumes. But I don’t like scary. I really don’t like scary. (I have nightmares.) Along those lines, I don’t read horror; I don’t watch horror.  Apparently, however, I can write horror. Go […]

New York Adventures

We visited middle son and family this summer, but had not spent any quality time with our oldest or youngest, so we decided to take them to NYC. Youngest had never been and with a pregnant wife, this might be his last chance without a baby on board which would change the dynamics of the […]