Welcome

to my site where we have fun talking about life, faith, writing, and what everyone’s reading. I’m glad you’re here!

Bev HS 2Howdy!
Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you find the pages interesting.
My blog posts vary from projects I’m working on to guest posts, hops and giveaways, and announcements you’ll want to know about.
If you’re from Cherryvale, Kansas, there’s even a page just for you, my new adoptive hometown.
Whether you’re a writer or reader, please look around, and let me know what you think by leaving a comment or emailing me.
All titles available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle.

FRESH START SUMMER is now available in AUDIO!

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The Seasons of Cherryvale… 

where neighbors care, gardeners share, and God allows do-overs.

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…and the final installment…

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Description: It’s springtime in Cherryvale, and when Cupid says, “make it a double,” town organizer Grace Harkins is busier than ever planning not one but two weddings. Threatening her joy though, a newcomer stirs up long-buried fears, and when a very public meltdown exposes her emotions, everyone in town wonders if Grace has finally taken on too much. Welcome to Cherryvale, where neighbors share, gardeners care, and God allows do-overs. The trees along the CherryPath are blooming, the weather’s glorious, and life is about to become exciting for folks in the town everyone wants to come home to.

 

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Other Titles:

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Recently released, a cozy mystery with The Wizard of Oz, live theater, and a handsome veterinarian!

 

 

 

512skmK7lkL._SL500_AA300_And nonfiction.

Mary McDonough’s bestselling, compelling memoir about growing up on the classic television series, The Waltons, and her life after the series ended. 

UPDATE! Here’s what Mary’s been up to since “Lessons” came out. From her bio at  The Bigger Game speakers bureau: “Perhaps the result of the many years she spent working in and successfully navigating her place in a difficult and highly visible industry, it seemed only natural for Mary McDonough to reach out to others. Thus, her work began as a life coach, public speaker and activist. In fact, she spent 10 years lobbying congress on behalf of women’s health. After experiencing and overcoming her own health crisis, she began performing hands-on work to help others heal their health, spirits and lives. As a sought-after speaker and workshop leader, Mary helps individuals with personal change, create life balance, and return to a sense of self. Her workshop, “Body Branding, Getting Comfortable with the Skin You’re In” examines how we can undo the negativity about ourselves and change the picture you offer of yourself to the world.”

And please check out my blog, BEV SAID WHAT? where I reveal way too much about myself (so far, no real harm done, right, honey?) links to fun things I find, host tours and giveaways, and explore new worlds.

Bev HS 1Always trying to willing to consider behaving myself.

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3 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Hi Bev and Gary:
    What a joy to finally meet you two and spend a day with you, and I hope we haven’t exhausted you with all of the sightseeing. 8 – )
    It’s so nice to meet someone for the first time and feel that you’ve been friends for a lifetime. Louie and I are thrilled that you sold out of all of the books that you brought with you for the Cherry Blossom Festival weekend! I’m looking forward to seeing you on Monday (tomorrow) at the Cherryvale Library. I’ll be sure to bring my copy of Fresh Start Summer so that you have something to read to your fans – both old and new!
    Donna Celaya

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