All the signs that autumn is about to arrive are here -- the insects are louder, the sun is hotter, and the storms are sudden and fierce. It's also the season of bountiful harvests. Before long, sweet corn, melons and tomatoes will be out-of-season, making us crave them all the more. Thinking about how to… Continue reading Farmer, Chef & Storyteller
So what’s new in your life? Familiar question, right? Though for most of us, at least since the advent of COVID-19, there hasn’t been a lot of exciting news to share. On the upside (and I am always looking for the upside!) the slowing down and creating new routines has allowed me to rediscover an… Continue reading FRIDAY FAVORITES
Being joyful is part of our true nature, though it often gets brushed aside in favor of making money, pursuing success, and checking off the day's to-do list. Yet, a life without joy is harmful to our health and our spirits.
Looking for a way to discover new authors, celebrate good books, or learn better writing techniques? The Bluffton Book Festival -- November 21-23 -- is the perfect place to accomplish all three. Check out their schedule and register for my workshop on FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3rd from 3-4:00, GHOSTWRITING 101, where I'll share a bit about… Continue reading Announcing: The BLUFFTON BOOK FESTIVAL!
Spring in the Lowlands is a painting come to life. The azaleas burst like fireworks in shades of fuchsia, orange, and crimson. The white Ibis return to the salt marshes and so do the dark alligators. Massive oak trees give birth to new growth and the dull brown seagrass slowly returns to life. And I… Continue reading Transformation