So excited...finally got the stone cut by my grandfather, the Lapidarist, set in a pendant. The complete story behind the stone is in the author notes in the back of the novel, if you're ever interested. Took four hours for a savant hobby photographer friend to capture the image that appears on the novel cover, building a light box and editing. I actually discovered the stone in my grandfather's collection AFTER I wrote the book. Lapidarists and rock hounds and gemologists will enjoy this…
Check out my article running in this month's Christian Fiction Online Magazine, "Author by Night: Diary of a Nurse," about how I combine my nursing job with writing. Encouragement for nurses and anyone who works with their hands and heart.
What’s it like to be a writer with a day job? On healing, nursing, and words.
Writer by night, nurse by day. This link takes you to where I'm writing over at Christian Fiction Online Magazine this month on the topic of combining writing and a day job. Encouragement for authors, and anyone who works with their heart and their hands.
QUESTION: If I could interview one character from my novels, who would YOU want it to be? And what would you want to ask them? I'm going to interview one in my next, upcoming newsletter, and YOU get to pick!
Celebrating summer: enter to win How Sweet the Sound and more this week! #bookgiveaway