Monthly Archives: September 2011

Not a Special Day


Not a special day, but quite an enjoyable one. My husband took our oldest son two days ago and they traveled back to the other side of the world. Our oldest son will start college this week. It was so … Continue reading

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Life in Israel, Summer of 2011


It has been a month in the Holy Land, a very long and exhausting month. When we got here our house was supposed to be ready, our kids were supposed to know which school they are going to go to … Continue reading

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The Time Baroness–Author Interview of Georgina Young-Ellis


One of the fun things about being an author is interviewing other authors and learning about their motivations and process. In July, I interviewed Georgina Young-Ellis, author of The Time Baroness, an awesome time traveler novel. Georgina talks about her … Continue reading

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Fall Blog Tour–Reviewers & Bloggers Wanted


I’m so excited to announce that I’ll be doing a blog tour in the fall to share Daughters of Iraq with more people. I’ll be giving interviews and doing guest posts on topics close to my heart, such as life … Continue reading

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