I’m a homeschooling mom, wife, writer, former pastor, book fanatic, coffee snob, and New England native. I began blogging about politics, society, religion, writing, and whatever else struck my fancy back in 2011. Since that time I’ve migrated this blog from Blogger to WordPress and have created and abandoned four other blogs and a publishing house. The publishing house may return someday, but I’ve decided to stick with one blog.
I now keep my blog posts focused on my two greatest non-family passions: religion and writing. I’m particularly interested in how the practice of religion impacts an individual’s life and choices as well as society at large. I’m currently writing a novel which explores the very real and painful consequences to a young woman raised in a family devoted to a toxic theology. My posts on writing address both the writing life and writing techniques.
I welcome comments on my blog, but, recognizing that religion is a subject that can evoke a passionate response, I do ask that all comments be civil and on-topic. I don’t mind if your comment supports or expresses beliefs or opinions that are different than mine, but any comment I construe as being an ad hominem attack against me or another commenter will be deleted.
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