Third Report for my 12-week Challenge

Here is my third report for my twelve weeks challenge: 1. I made it to 13,625 words to date. I did not make my goal to 15,000 words but I was doing two newsletters that have to go out early next week so I was still writing. I’ll catch up as soon as these newsletters are … Continue reading Third Report for my 12-week Challenge

Thursday Tips – Summer Care in the Garden

Keep all plants mulched and watered.  Water first thing in the morning to avoid wetting leaves which can cause fungal diseases.  Use a rain gauge to tell exactly how much rain has fallen on your property. Deadhead perennials and annuals regularly.  Mow grass as needed. Keep ahead of weeds; never let them develop seeds. Look … Continue reading Thursday Tips – Summer Care in the Garden

Second Report on Twelve Weeks Challenge

Here is my second report for my twelve weeks challenge: 1. I caught up on my goal this week for word count. I made it to 10,825 words to date so I’m on track for 60,000 words for twelve weeks. 2. My book to read is still on target. I did not quite finish my … Continue reading Second Report on Twelve Weeks Challenge

The Wentworth Legacy Launched Today

My third novel "The Wentworth Legacy" is now available at http://www.amazon.com both in paperback and Kindle. After years in the making, the book is now published. “The Wentworth Legacy” is set on the North Shore of Long Island and New York City in the late 1920s. The book is about a young scion of a … Continue reading The Wentworth Legacy Launched Today

Countdown to Launch “The Wentworth Legacy”

The day is almost here. We only have TWO DAYS left to launch “The Wentworth Legacy”. It's coming down to the wire. The Kindle copy is ready. You can pre-order now and have it delivered to your Kindle. The paperback is about to come out within a few days of the Kindle launch.   Have … Continue reading Countdown to Launch “The Wentworth Legacy”

Banana Nut Bread

  My son loves to buy bananas but oftentimes they were left on the kitchen counter turning black. Most often, I saved them to add to my soil mix for my roses. Yesterday, he had 4 overripe bananas and I thought maybe I should make banana nut bread. So I checked my pantry and my collection of … Continue reading Banana Nut Bread