Real Nannies of the Sacred Code

King Tut’s nanny might have been his sister, which means she was a princess.   King Tut’s Nanny Might’ve Been a Princess Being a former professionally trained nanny, I get a little annoyed when babysitters are called nannies or nannies are poorly portrayed in fiction. Also, the heroine of Jack & the Very Proper Nanny…

Pre-Release Work on JACK & THE VERY PROPER NANNY Has Begun

I haven’t created the blog for this fictional universe yet, but here is the very first promo image.  My plan is to finish as much as the pre-release work for this Contemporary Romance by the first week in June.  I’ll be too busy to promote during the summer, so I will release Jack & the…

An Update on My Writing

Good morning! I’m looking at my calendar and the things I want and need to do in real life and I’m wondering if I have time to launch another book before summer starts.  I’m beginning to think not. There are still things I need to do for Newblood & the Ice Princess, like creating and…

Debbie & Carrie

I think it’s easy for most people to forget that celebrities are human beings.  They live every day, eat, sleep, drink, make terrible personal choices, make wonderful decisions, fall in love, are blessed with beautiful babies, suffer illnesses, and die. Carrie Fisher struggled with illness most of her life and I have no doubt her…

Saint Monica and a Mother’s Love

I’m not Catholic.  Let’s just put that up front.  I do believe humans are spiritual beings and that it often manifests in organized religion and I respect that.  Oftentimes, the history of a religion is a huge part of the history of a people and their culture. Robin, the heroine of A Vintage Heart in Hollywood…