Here’s where else on the internet you can find me!
Am I now writing Amish fiction? Nope! And I don’t see that specific genre on my horizon, either. However, my ideal of a simple life on the farm and sharing with my community is quite in keeping with many facets of Amish life. Therefore, on the 24th of each month, you’ll find a post from me over at Not Quite Amish Living. If the lifestyle fascinates you even though you have no desire to be Amish, or if you, like me, crave a simpler life, this is a site to follow.
Join me On Being Green the first Wednesday of every month, where I talk about the intersection of Christianity and the environmental movement on the Choose NOW website. Two days later on Friday, I’m a guest on Parent Talk with author and youth advocate Nicole O’Dell, where we often expand on the newly released column. Listen live on Toginet 10:00 EST on Friday mornings. You can also subscribe to Parent Talk on iTunes or download individual podcasts.
I own and host a website/blog for all things Romancing America, which is the line from Barbour Publishing my novella is part of. Each collection has a month’s focus on the website. There’s such variety from historic to generational to contemporary romance to suspense, that every reader will find at least a few books to enjoy! Rainbow’s End has a page there, plus there are over a dozen posts by my fellow-authors and me posted in May, 2012.
I’m a founding member of International Christian Fiction Writers, a group of authors from around the globe, writing fiction with a foreign flair, for God’s glory! Each member of the site either lives outside the USA or writes fiction set outside the USA. This Canadian gets a turn about every six weeks to talk about international fiction, whether it’s my own experience I’m sharing, a review of an international novel, or an interview with its author.
My family lives on a 3-generational farm in the heart of the Kootenays, British Columbia, Canada. Although cows, pigs, and chickens wander our 40 acres, our primary focus is 75 beehives and the honey produced from them. My daughter-in-law Jen and I periodically blog about our life on King Creek Farm, sharing recipes and anecdotes of farm life. This blog is not on any particular schedule.