Free downloads last weekend went great! Thank you for spreading the word. I've heard from a lot of new readers, and that's always exciting. Hycymum's also been busy with me in the kitchen, and we've figured out Banana Bread (gluten free, dairy free, and fat free), and Chocolate Chip Cookies (gluten free, egg free, dairy … Continue reading Thank you, 2 more recipes from Hycymum, and free magnets
This is it, my friends--last day for free Kindle downloads. Let 'er rip! Scroll down and click on the books you see on the right to go straight to Amazon. ==========>
This will probably be the very last free download I'll host. After this I'll be publishing in other venues, and Amazon's policy is one of exclusivity in order to offer free downloads. I feel like I've gotten as much as I can out of this, but I wanted to offer the books for free one … Continue reading Free Downloads! All four books!
(I recently updated my About page to reflect what's below, but I feel so strongly about this that I wanted to share it here as well.) Astronomers estimate there are 160 billion (yes, with a “b”) alien planets in the universe. I assert that God created all of them, the entire universe, and that we’re not … Continue reading Supporting Religious Freedom, everywhere
Recently a mother of an autistic son in the Salt Lake Valley found the following stickers on her car around her Autistic Child sign: What caught my eye, however, was this sticker. Exactly what’s this supposed to mean? It means that the perpetrator is embarrassingly ignorant, on many levels. Ignorant of autism. Ignorant of appropriate … Continue reading Excuse me, but your ignorance is showing
3 Really Awesome Things! (Aka, RATs. Oh, wait . . . that's not looking as appealing as I initially thought. Well, here it is anyway.) 1--She's been begging, so I've broken down and made Hycymum her own website. She's been helping me with my gluten-free baking, so I had to oblige her! Click below for her … Continue reading New website, free downloads, and still a couple of freebie magnets
I understand that, not being a native southerner, my opinion about the Confederate flag likely isn’t worth a slice of pecan pie. I was told by the Wal-Mart greeter, when I first moved to rural Virginia, that I was a “Yankee.” There was a slight sneer in her accent when she didn’t hear any drawling … Continue reading The South Deserves Better than the Confederate Flag
This is my father’s coffin, July 2, 2015. These are the soldiers folding the flag that covered him. And while I watched the ceremony yesterday, I was struck that not only had my father died, but my country is dying, too. I worry deeply about America. I agree with so many others who have written more … Continue reading I worry that America is dying