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I lost track of time since the last post about the studio. Sometimes it’s hard to keep track here, it’s more about nature’s timing: the lengthening of the days, the turning of the seasons. The new growth of spring turning into the full bloom of summer. The studio has been finished more than half a year now, but I’m still moving books and other things in. I like it fairly minimal, with… Read More

Part 2 of the building of my tiny writer’s studio. Click here for part one. In keeping with the KISS theory (Keep It Simple, Stupid), which always seems to work best for me, my husband and I decided the new studio would be pretty minimal. Many years ago, my father and I build some cabinets for our basement at home, and I wanted to used them for this project. Everything else was… Read More

Orion’s Chance My partner in crime, TR Kerby, and I are happy to announce our second novel. It was a journey with a lot of laughs along the way. The writing process included a mathematics refresher, a Nikola Tesla history lesson, and a crash course in gene therapy and virus vectors. All tied up with a coming of age protagonist with an attitude, a muscle car, and a host of characters who… Read More

It had to be small, warm, and welcoming. It had to be rustic and charming. It had to be off-grid friendly and work with our solar system. It had to be mobile so if I move I can take it with me. And it had to be cheap. Wait… bad choice of terms. Well within the limited budget I had for such a project. There, that sounds better. A year later, it… Read More