For more about me see my Amazon Author Page


The three me’s

I write. I have to. When not on my laptop I serve as the lap-top for my three grandchildren. I love to fitness box and paint. I’ve given birth to two published books, No Hill for a Stepper and the Last Bordello. My latest novel is way past its time in the editing womb..


I like my cyber friends. I may not be able to bring you chicken soup when you are sick, or wrap a blanket around you when you are cold. But I can touch your words on a computer screen and feel their meaning.

Favorite place: Our family homestead.


I’m really good at this kind of gardening:

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Some say America is a melting pot of cultures. I prefer to think of our entire world as a mixed salad, each ingredient complimenting the other.

I celebrate our diverse world..

You can also visit me on twitter.


41 Comments on “About

  1. So nice to find your blog by way of my buddy Jason of Harsh Reality – Opinionated Man! Enjoying my visit 🙂 *Catherine*

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  2. I love your page, I took at look at your art page and I love your work, I also noticed that you may be a boxing fan or even a boxer yourself from one of the pieces you did. We should connect and talk boxing sometime. I would have reached out to you but I didn’t see a contact page for you, so you can reach me at mine if you would like to.

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  3. Hello Carolyn!

    Let me begin by saying it is a pleasure to meet another lover of writing (and subsequently, reading)! It’s always a huge blessing for me to be able to connect with people that share some of the same interests and passions I do. Also, your dogs are super adorable. Fitness boxing! That’s great that you keep yourself health conscious too, but please don’t hit me if I ever anger you haha!

    Thank you for liking my recent post, and as I peruse through your blog content, I have to say, I really like what you write and I will most certainly follow! 🙂

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  4. I love your analogy of the U.S. as a ‘salad bowl’. I once taught a class on ‘Global Cultures’, and I referred to it as a ‘salad bowl’ rather than a melting pot, for each culture retains its own identity, customs and values, while becoming a part of a larger whole. Much nicer than everybody having to melt into sameness.

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