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The Fate Series · 1w ago

Holding your Baby in Your Hands

This entry is dedicated, with the green eyes of envy, to my little sister Allyn M. Stotz, who just released her seventh book: Grumpy Kyle. Being an author is tough, but I think anyone who ha...
The Fate Series · 1M ago

What’s coming up for Sam Osborne?

Like this author and blog writer, Sam Osborne has taken a little break. But don’t worry readers: you’re in for a very good next book in The Fate Series. I’m hoping to have Family Fate out fo...
The Fate Series · 3M ago

Finding a book you love

When you become an author, it gets a lot harder to read. You live with a constant ache of hunger for what you’re trying to create: words that can take the mind away from everyday routine. Th...
The Fate Series · 6M ago

Fulfilling our dream

Mom and I have had an incredible fall of book events; We’ve come home from almost every one amazed at how many books we sold. This weekend’s event (Gar-field High School) was no exception, b...
The Fate Series · 7M ago

It’s the littler things …

The tradition of going around the table listing the things we’re thankful for on Thanksgiving is a lovely one and a great way to find out what’s happening with those at our table. But when i...
The Fate Series · 7M ago

Boo Boy Returns

Why do people fall in love with animals? It’s not a relationship of equals: you pick up or scoop your pets’ poop, fix your schedule around their hunger clocks, turn off your work brain in ti...
The Fate Series · 8M ago

Strolling outside ourselves

What is it about a walk in the woods that fuels our passion and yet brings us peace? Is it what we see? We gaze out into the forest and spot a spectacularly bright green moss-laden tree that...
The Fate Series · 8M ago

The golden month of October

Spring’s bold greens slowly dim over the summer, succumbing to the heat and misery of summer days until by August, everything feels faded, and we’re all sick of it. Summer’s long sunny days ...
The Fate Series · 9M ago

Has reading lost its luster? Thankfully NO

A new Pew research study found that nearly three-quarters (73%) of the American public read books today, and this number hasn’t changed significantly in the last five years, though how they ...
The Fate Series · 10M ago

The Joy of Reading

There is one statement people passing our display table make that chills us to the bone: “I don’t read.” The response is an answer to a standard question we throw out to grab someone’s atten...