Labor Pains

The biggest joys of my entire life were the mornings I birthed my baby boys. After months of wearing maternity clothes, doctor appointments, baby showers and reading stacks of parenting books . . . the big days finally arrived. Contractions turned to holding my sweet infants in my arms. Nothing on earth compared! While I very much anticipated holding my …

Be A Winner!

Happy Superbowl Sunday, everybody! I’m sitting here waiting for the big game to begin and thought I’d shoot out a quick blog post telling everybody about my new MONTHLY CONTESTS. If you haven’t been following my give-away promotions, you are missing out.  Last month, Nancy from Kentucky won a beautiful Spa Package. Clap, clap, clap!! This month we’re running TWO …

A Morning Chat

Every morning, as writing partners, Lynne Gentry and I talk for about a half hour on the phone. Today, we thought we’d invite our readers to “listen in” on our chat. Welcome! Kellie: Morning, Lynne!  How many years have we been talking every morning? Four? I don’t know about you, but grabbing a cup of coffee and dialing your number is …

Party On!

  I’m sitting here on this Monday morning trying desperately to plug back in and get some much needed work done, but frankly I’m finding being productive a bit difficult. You see, I’m suffering from a major FUN HANGOVER!   I just returned from the 15th Annual Pulpwood Queens Girlfriend Weekend hosted by the outrageous Kathy L. Murphy and her …

Merry Christmas!

Wishing my readers and friends a very Merry Christmas filled with Wonder!

Limited Time Sales Promo!

GOOD NEWS! My publisher is offering a special price on A WOMAN OF FORTUNE   e-books $2.99. If you haven’t read this one yet, I invite you to click on the link below and purchase a copy today! CLICK HERE! 

Pioneer Storytellers

“Stories have to be told or they die, and when they die, we can’t remember who we are or why we’re here.”       ~Sue Monk Kidd, The Secret Life of Bees Don’t you love that quote? It’s true, isn’t it . . . that well-told stories define us? Much of who we are is formed by the stories …