Stories Worth Telling

Stories Worth Telling

I’ll give you a sneak preview. Below is a passage from the dedication page of my upcoming novel, The Splendor of Ordinary Days. “Dedicated to the Wounded Warriors whose scars cannot be seen and for those who hope, pray, and wait for them to be whole again.” If you’ve been following these random blogs you’ll know that much […]

Read More →

Read More →

The Skinny Dippers

The Skinny Dippers

  Margie Reynolds came by Monday morning requesting to see me in my office. Margie is forty-two and gave birth to her second child, Cybil Ann this last December. Given that she and her husband Larry’s oldest child, Martha Lynn, graduated Vanderbilt in April, Cybil Ann was the definition of a bonus baby. Margie was […]

Read More →

Read More →

The Family Reunion

The Family Reunion

This is actually a story that was originally in “The Splendor of Ordinary Days” but was ultimately edited out to help bring the book within publication length. Here, Luke Bradford narrates about having an evening dinner with Connie and Estelle and a discussion of the two sisters recent family reunion. Hope you like it!   […]

Read More →

Read More →

Now That I Have Your Attention….

Now That I Have Your Attention….

Dear Beloved Readers, Well….. last month I put the question out in cyberspace as to what readers thought should happen between Luke and Christine as their romance heats up in The Splendor of Ordinary Days. Geez Louise, that sure got the attention of a long list of e-mailers! Most folks were quite levelheaded about the […]

Read More →

Read More →

Connie’s Red Velvet Cake

Connie’s Red Velvet Cake

Every woman in Watervalley has a recipe for Red Velvet Cake. I’ve tried all of them and some are only slightly preferable to hunger. But without a doubt, my cousin Imogene’s Red Velvet Cake recipe is the best. It’s like a party in your mouth. But Imogene is not the most likeable soul. She’s a […]

Read More →

Read More →

A Roll In the Hay?  Hmmm…

A Roll In the Hay? Hmmm…

“So, in this next book, are they going to take a roll in the hay?” An old and dear friend pulled me aside the other day and asked me this question, referring to Luke and Christine. I was evasive in answering. He, (yes, it was a he) didn’t like this. “It’s a yes or no […]

Read More →

Read More →

Top