Why I Wrote about Josephine Baker

My novels tell the lives of extraordinary women in history who overcame formidable obstacles to achieve their highest potential—which, for me, always involves making a positive difference in the world. I delve into these women’s lives in hopes of inspiring others and myself. And yet when I first considered writing about Josephine Baker, the African-American […]

“Too Dear for My Possessing” by Pamela Hansford Johnson

Too Dear For My Possessing: A Novel by Pamela Hansford Johnson My rating: 5 of 5 stars My first Pamela Hansford Johnson novel (but certainly not my last!), “Too Dear for My Possessing” is an engrossing tale of a young man’s life in Europe during the age of innocence preceding World War II. Claud, the […]

Queens and Elephants

Dear Reader, I have two goodies to share with you today! First of all, my forthcoming novel, “Four Sisters, All Queens,” made a world premiere last week when I read five of my favorite pages during the Flying Pig Reading Series here in Spokane. I’ve included the link to the video for your viewing pleasure:Sherry […]