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Reflecting on the year that was

2020 Highlights

Happy New Year…

The phrase means more to many people this year because they are simply HAPPY to see the end of 2020! What a year we’ve had!

I must admit that 2020 wasn’t all that bad for me. Despite ongoing health issues which I won’t bore you with here, it was a good year for me as an author. In August I released TEMPEST TOSSED, the third in the THREE STRAND CORD Series and it became a best-seller on Amazon. Woot woot.



I also spent a lot of time on ZOOM with an elderly friend of mine during the pandemic, resulting in another book released in August. ANGELS WATCHING OVER ME – THE MEMOIRS OF GILLES GODDARD is the life story of my friend Gilles, a man who has seen his share of trials and triumphs. It is a really inspiring story and is short and easy to read. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, may I encourage you to do so. Gilles suffered tremendous loss in his life, but his faith is so strong and he is so positive that you can’t help but feel encouraged. 

Finally, I republished a Christmas short story called THE BEST BLUE CHRISTMAS just in time for the holidays. I love this story, which is set in the Yukon.

On a personal note, 2020 was also a great year for my family. Two of my children got married and two new grandsons were born! So now my count is up to seven!

What’s in store for 2021? Well, as usual, I have grandiose plans which may or may not come to fruition. I hope to publish at least one new novel, starting with the YA Sci-fi I wrote during NaNoWriMo last year called ALIEN ALLIES. I have also been working on a devotional book for a few years now based on the Hebrew calendar. The first installment for SPRING should be ready by next month and then the other four seasons will roll out after that.

Anyway, here’s to a new year full of new possibilities. I pray that you and yours will remain safe and sound.

“Opa” with Fred and Iver

Two weddings!

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