Poetry, a Review, and a Wedding

I’m traveling this weekend, enjoying my only niece’s wedding and time with family. My niece is a hoot and very theatrical, so it was a zany affair.

There’s no holding back life… and that includes the busy world of blogs.


On Saturday, Sally Cronin of Smorgasbord Blog Magazine posted a review of The Necromancer’s Daughter. Her reviews are always a thrill, and I’m immensely grateful that she took the time to read, jot down her thoughts, and share them on her blog. If you’re still on the fence about the book and need one more nudge, here it is! Lol.


Today, the talented Rebecca Budd (who manages eight active blogs among her myriad other endeavors) is sharing a recording I made of my poem, The Elephant Child. She and her magician husband Don put it to music and video. If you have a minute to stop by, it’s a quick romp into winter.

Both of these wonderful women are powerhouses, and I don’t know how they do it all. If we could hook them up to the electrical grid, they’d light up the world.

I’ve closed comments here… again. Sorry about that, but I’ll be visiting their sites between morning mimosas with the new relatives. If I’m a little slow to respond, it’s because I’m still dancing: