As a commercial fiction writer, I confess every story I tell reaches561585_342602989168644_440134389_n into the past. I remember old photo albums, black and white movies, the tales my uncles and aunts tell of the times when they were growing up on the farm in upper state New York or when they lived in the working class neighborhoods of New Jersey—all these stories were magical.

            I treasured the story of someone finding a box in an attic filled with love letters that should have been burned, but no one had the heart to destroy them. Or the story of someone discovering a football in a cellar from a winning game played in 1925, signed by all the players on the team, and the ball was still inflated because it was shellacked 50 years ago to preserve the memory.

            In our own way, we all strive to preserve memories. We delight when we can reach out and touch the past.

            I write to send a shiver up a spine or a wisp of regret through a soul. I want you to yearn for those days long past, to remember those people who have left us. Bittersweet memories tinged with regret.

             I am an old soul and this is my website. Stroll around. 

             Click on KATE to find out more about me, if you’re so inclined.

             Click on WILD POINT ISLAND to find out more about my paranorma416951_10150702440830288_1811564614_nl romance Wild Point Island. You can read the first chapter, read some reader reviews, read about the history behind the Lost Colony of Roanoke or follow some fascinating links. Four hundred and twenty-five years after the colonists “disappeared,” the mystery still hasn’t been solved. Historians call the “Lost Colony of Roanoke” the greatest mystery in American history. It is the backstory for my romance.

            Click on FREE READ to read Come Home To Me. When Michelle’s Grandfather summons her to Boston, looking for permission

shutterstock_27614059to die yet again, she returns home, determined to talk him out of it, not expecting her grandfather to share his journal and the secret he’s been keeping to convince her to help him make the long journey home. It’s the first short story I’ve written, and it’s free. My way of thanking you for visiting.

           Click on ARTICLES to read a smattering of articles that I have written on a variety of topics over the years – entertaining and informative.

           Click on BLOG to read Hot Blogging with Chuck, a humorous IMG_0004exotic travel adventure. My rascal cat Chuck and I travel the world. He is my alter ego. He does things I would never do.

        And, last but not least, I hope you’ll drop me a line. Say hi! Tell me what you think. I’d love to hear from you.


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