The Rubber Boot Journalist
Week 29, day 1, Rubber Boot Journalist. My apologies everyone for disappearing for the last two weeks. I've been away visiting relatives and just getting back into work. Starting off the week work on the drought and it's impact on dairy cows and then I'm headed to Conspiracy for a long edit session.
Week 29, day 2, Rubber Boot Journalist is working on almonds and drought and she was working on fiction this afternoon and made… Read More
Week 26, day 1, Rubber Boot Journalist is starting new articles one on leaf footed bugs in almonds and pork production. Also made a trip to Conspiracy and had a stroll on the beach at sunset. A great way to spend an afternoon. Hope everyone had a wonderful Easter. I'm adding some pics from mine.
Week 25, day 1, Rubber Boot Journalist is back in the saddle and working on nut articles all week, but also going to Conspiracy to see how the murder investigation is progressing.
Week 25, day 2, Rubber Boot Journalist, busy working on nut articles and made some surprising discoveries on the murder mystery in Conspiracy. And here are some pics to show spring is here.
Week 24, day 1, Rubber Boot Journalist spent the day in Conspiracy and wrote several new scenes and a ton of progress!
I’m so happy to be joining the Writing Process Blog Hop and thanks to Deb Julienne for tagging me in the blog hop
I’m currently working on a contemporary romance, Leave Me Breathless that’s set in Conspiracy, a northern California coastal town with C.J. (Cordelia Jane) Pulaski, a photojournalist, and Nate Cole, chief of police as the hero and heroine. The story also includes a murder mystery and a band of amateur sleuths. Leave Me Breathless follows Only For You, (debut novel), and my second book, and most recent release, Falling For You…Again.
Before I ever start a book I create a story board. My story board is two sided. On one side… Read More
Week 23, day 1, Rubber Boot Journalist saw spring was peeking out this weekend. Take a gander at what's blooming in the Rubber Boot Journalist's yard right now. A darn shame she can't see it from her window where she's working on prunes today. Maybe this afternoon she'll head out to the patio and be surrounded by them… Read More
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