A Writer or a Storyteller?

Are you a writer or a storyteller? Since I write two different genres, this question came up into my mind. There does seem to be a difference. When I'm writing a mystery, I feel like a writer. I have to know the beginning and the end. I have to know 'who done it' right at... Continue Reading →

What She Writes and Why She Writes…

Meet Rebekah Lee Jenkins!   The quote goes something like this “Here’s to strong women. May we know them, may we be them, may we raise them.” I would like to add… may we write about them to inspire this generation. The Night They Came For Til, is a book about strong women who follow... Continue Reading →

Finding the extraordinary in the ordinary

by Sally Carpenter The inspiration for this post came in an unusual way. In my day job, I work at a community newspaper. Recently an editor asked if I’d cover the opening of the “Vatican Splendors” exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, a mere 20-minute drive from my house.... Continue Reading →

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