Hurricane Season Storm Stories

 

Andrew
Photo Credit: NOAA

It’s that time again! Time for my monthly post on my awesome publisher’s blog! This month, with all the news about Hurricane Frances and worrying about those in her path, it got me thinking about my own storm stories. As a kid in Louisiana, I remember the eerie green sky, the stillness of the eye of the storms, and the time my dad and brother went up on the roof in the eye of one to replace shingles that were blown off before the next wall hit.

But the one that still gives me chills was the night we rode out Hurricane Andrew. Read all about it now on the Pandamoon Publishing blog here.

Monthly Publisher Blog Post

It’s the beginning of the school year, and this one got away from me. Totally forgot to post the link here. Talk about the need to Roll With It.

It was a faulty sensor that caused the fire department to show up during our professional development before the first day of school, but it now appears to have been a sign of other fires needing to be put out- the metaphorical kind.

Teachers, here’s to you! Check out the monthly blog post, Roll With It.

Much love!

Blog Feature! Know What You Write

water meterIt’s been a fun week being mentioned in an interview with a best-selling author Christine Gabriel, which you can read here, and being interviewed by another best-selling author Cheri Champagne!  (See the link in the blog post here.)

Today, I had the pleasure of writing the featured blog post for Pandamoon Publishing, Know What You Write.  It’s something near and dear to my heart in several ways: writing, and New Orleans.  And, a great way to get to know me as an author!  Check it out!