Five Mythic Influences: Guest Post by L. T. Getty, author of Tower of Obsidian

Today, I’m happy to welcome L. T. Getty to my notebook to discuss five of the myths that influenced her novel, Tower of Obsidian. Five Mythic Influences – Tragedies and Sagas by L. T. Getty Tower of Obsidian was heavily influenced by mythology – the two defining mythic bases I used …

Guest Post: Elizabeth Buhmann, author of Lay Death at Her Door

Today, I’m happy to welcome Elizabeth Buhmann, author of Lay Death at Her Door, to Carol’s Notebook. She’s talking about beach reads today, a perfect topic for this time of year. The Search for the Great Summer Beach Read Guest Post by Elizabeth Buhmann, Author of Lay Death at Her …

Guest Post: Alexia Fraser, author of Memories of Mom

I’d like to welcome Alexia Fraser, author of Memories of Mom, to my notebook today. She’s sharing a lovely memory of her mother. ~ Every Child Has A Mother ~ “Every child has a mother” was what my mom would always say. Mom was a strong, dynamic and loving mother. …

By the Numbers – Guest Post by Larry Sweitzer

Thanks to Larry Sweitzer for taking a page in my notebook today. By the Numbers Statistics and little known facts are a part of life for an avid baseball fan like me. As the most statistical of sports, baseball’s long and storied history lends itself to be remembered—condensed and reduced …

Guest Post about Christmas Shopping by Pat Snyder

I want to thank Pat Snyder, author of The Dog Ate My Planner, for guest posting today. Her story about Christmas shopping made me laugh. ONLY ONE WISE MAN BROUGHT GOLD Ever on the lookout for time-savers, I was blown away when my friend Jean said she didn’t do Christmas …