Spring Blooms with Promise by Lela Bay With springtime comes renewal. Plants bud, birds sing, and neighbors awaken lawn mowers from their winter slumber. I find that, all unknowing, I … Continue reading
Progress, Not Resolutionby Lela Bay Did you ever wish that you really could start over at the New Year? That your old life would be whisked away, and you’d wake … Continue reading
I’m moving. It’s a move to a bigger, better house. It’s within the same town. Really, it’s all an upgrade with nearly no drawbacks. And yet, I find it stressful. … Continue reading
These were books I felt like I discovered, even if it later turned out that many of the best were already recognized in the genre. To me, they were new, and mine, and something I figured out. I don’t think that’s something I can duplicate for my daughter.
I’m A Double Agent For Love by M.M. Genet I have a secret. I live in two worlds. Half the people who know me from one world, don’t know my … Continue reading
When I wrote the horror romance, Artistic License, I was inspired by the art of the greats—Mondrian, Escher, Van Gogh. I was also inspired by the power art has to … Continue reading