Pretty, isn’t he? No, he’s not a Bengal, although he’s marked similar and has a lot of the same traits, as did his mother. He and his brother, Fat Amos, were rescued as tiny babies by my mom and Grace after the kitten’s mother was killed on the highway. Andy (yep, their names are Amos … Read the rest →
Due to this post from Roni Loren (thank you for the warning, Roni) I’ve decided to remove most photos. Or as it’s known in the States, “the day after Christmas.” It’s the second biggest shopping day of the year, and I’m sure the stores are packed as I type. I’m content to sit on my couch, … Read the rest →
I told this story on Natalie Hartford’s blog, but I wanted to share it with everyone here, too. A few weeks ago, I was driving Grace about an hour a way to meet my mom so she could stay with them for the weekend. Traffic was slow for several miles because a crappy car with … Read the rest →
To celebrate the move to my new home, I’m doing a special Saturday Mash-Up of my favorite blog posts over the last couple of weeks. Enjoy, and welcome! On Writing Beverly Diehl’s Downloading A New Vocab – a fun post about the ever changing English language and the Urban Dictionary. Donna Galanti Celebrates Signing with … Read the rest →
Due to this post from Roni Loren (thank you for the warning, Roni) I’ve decided to remove most photos. First off, I would like to say my figure doesn’t quite look like any of the women above. Picture a flatter butt and a belly with some extra sag thanks to the kid and being overweight for so … Read the rest →
Most of you know I’ve been hard at work on the synopsis for Light and Dark. I’ve learned some things over the past week, and I wanted to share them with you. After all, social media is about making friends and spreading the love. I wouldn’t want to deny anyone these secrets of the synopsis. … Read the rest →
Stacy Green is the best selling author of psychological thrillers and mystery with a dash of romance. As a stay at home mom, she's blessed with making writing a full-time career. She lives in Iowa with her supportive husband, daughter, and their three fur-babies.