Did you know you can find a holiday (either a celebratory day or month) for nearly every thing? Check out this fun link. I love my local library. They have events for kids (of all ages) and adults. This past summer, my oldest son had a blast completing the reading challenge. Not only did he … Continue reading Library Lovers Month
I wrote the first drafts for both Anchored in the Bay and Tiny Island Summer over a nine week period in late summer 2014. It’s funny to think back and remember how--after years of circling the ideas and plots--everything came together. I listened to Cary Brothers’ album Under Control non-stop for two and a half … Continue reading On the playlist
At least, that's how I like to think of my writing career. If my blog posts have been making me seem...prolific...lately, understand it's all smoke and mirrors. I could never blog full-time. Ideas for posts come in waves. I might draft and schedule and save ten posts one day and then not even think of … Continue reading Behind the scenes of Rachelle Paige Inc.
Darcy's keeps her highlighted hair flat-ironed and perfectly straight 2. Ben is the second of five kids, all boys 3. After living overseas for a year, Darcy always thought she'd end up back in the UK 4. John is Ben's Irish twin (13 months apart) and they are the closest out of all the brothers … Continue reading 15 facts about… Darcy, Ben, & Tiny Island Summer
Ed was named for my beloved (and dearly missed) Grandpa, Edwin 2. Emily's story was inspired by my unexpected pregnancy that led to the most wonderful surprise of my life (But I couldn't help think...what if?!) 3. Ed and Emily grew up together, their moms were sorority sisters 4. Emily was supposed to have a dog, … Continue reading 15 facts about… Ed, Emily, & Anchored in the Bay
Have you checked out my True North series yet? Here's what some of the reviews are saying about Anchored in the Bay (True North Book 1). "I really enjoy this book and could not put it down. Would really like to hear Eric's story." (Pippy) "The story is well played out, and the characters are nicely … Continue reading Four stars
And it was glorious! I do my best, and most, work in the summer. For some reason, I can sit down and stay up late and churn out books. Tidal Patterns was written and edited starting in July and finishing up at the beginning of this month. Writing and editing a novel in its entirety that … Continue reading I put myself in a time out