What I remember most about writing Ricochet is how tired I was when I wrote it. I was dangerously exhausted, having come out of a couple of years of steady stress (which I thought I had managed spectacularly). It was July. Some childhood friends and I had made plans to spend a long weekend together on Nantucket Island. Four days… View Post
What an honor to be featured in Stardom 101 Magazine alongside so many other talented artists. We moms answer so many questions about our children, so it was nice to answer questions about myself and my music for a full-page feature article. Enjoy the read, and if you’re keen to get your hands on a full copy, head here.
It wasn’t what I came for. I was here for a different book; one recommended by a special person who has a knack for suggesting the perfect book. The plan was to buy that one book then head home and start reading it before my son got home from school. I had a hard time finding this book (I couldn’t… View Post
Wednesday, June 8th, 2016 was a very, very good day. Actually, I don’t remember much about the day itself, but the night was out of this world, thanks to Mr. James Vernon Taylor. I was 21 the last time I saw JT live, and I loved the concert way back then. But not the way I loved this one. Back… View Post
The idea for “Can’t Get Your Eyes Right” came from a movie where one character said to the other character whose portrait he was painting, “I can’t get your eyes right.” That phrase is the only thing I remember about the movie. It stuck in my head and the only way to get it out was to turn it into… View Post