I come from a long line of farmers and teachers. This must explain the fact that I love to dig in the dirt, plant seeds and bedding plants, and watch them grow. I have a shade garden on the north side of the house where a Japanese maple waves gracefully in the wind. Because of… Continue reading Creating a Shade Garden
For me, Memorial Day weekend signals the almost-end of the school year and the beginning of summer. We spent a sunny weekend with family, eating corn on the cob, watermelon, steak from the grill, and pie -- among other things (I won't mention the homemade Chocolate Chip Waffles if you won't). We watched a lot… Continue reading From Sun to Rain
When you’re sick, you feel so terrible you wonder if you’ll ever feel better again. You wonder if you’ll ever care that the sun is shining and you’re not out there enjoying it, or that the dishes are piling up in the sink, the laundry is overflowing, books are going unread, your family is avoiding… Continue reading I’m Back
Read this interview from Straight From The Author's Mouth, as I talk about writing The Sixth Power. straighfromtheauthorsmouth.blogspot.com
To find out what Tania (from the Sixth Power) cooks, and for a delicious chocolate chip cookie recipe, go to Paranormal Sisters paranormalsisters.blogspot.com Enjoy!
Read an Interview with Carol Nicolas about The Sixth Power at The Bibliophilic Book Blog http://www.bibliophilicbookblog.com
Check out a book spotlight for The Sixth Power at Authors and Readers Book Corner, arbookcorner.com, and a first chapter reveal at The Writer's Life, thewriterslife.blogspot.com
Check out a book spotlight for The Sixth Power at Authors& Readers Book Corner, arbookcorner.com, and a first chapter reveal at The Writer's Life, thewriterslife.blogspot.com
Here's another great website, created by someone who loves to read. Check out my book review for The Sixth Power at My Cozie Corner. What a great name! It makes me want to curl up with a good book. coziecorner.blogspot.com
Music has been woven through the fabric of my entire life. When I was a child, my father formed a country and western band. They drove all over Alberta performing, and he played the drums. I was very familiar with his favorite country stars, such as Hank Williams, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Johnny Cash.… Continue reading Music, please.