Welcome to my website. And thank you for your kind support of my writing. As I have said often in the past, readers make the hard work of writing novels worth every second: the cramped neck, the aching hands, the numb feet, that dazed look in the eyes. My newest novel is THE ONE-WAY BRIDGE, which was begun in 1991, back in Tennessee. The first draft was finished in Eastman, Quebec, after I moved to Canada in 2005. About twelve drafts and 375 deleted pages later, it's gone now to be judged by critics, and even readers like you. It's in your hands now. I can only hope you enjoy it, both the humor and the sadness.
Above is the house my father build in the late 1940s. He dug the foundation with horses. I am the only child in the family who was born in that house. It looks very different today, of course. The extension on the upper end has a fireplace and is now my office where I work. Can you see me waving to you from the window?
Best always, and many thanks, Cathie