Writer - Author - Blogger
Teachable Travel: Linking Lives to Literature

Teachable Travel: Linking Lives to Literature

One of the reasons I was so excited to visit Assateague and Chincoteague Islands for the 97th Pony Swim was my lifelong love of Marguerite Henry’s Misty of Chincoteague. I loved horses as a girl, collecting small statues of them, reading every horse story I could...
Exploring Iceland

Exploring Iceland

Good morning blog friends! As you read this, hopefully I’ll have wrapped up my very first international writing conference-followed by a luxurious soak in the Blue Lagoon-my husband will have flown in from New York and we’ll be driving around Iceland’s celebrated Ring...
Iceland is Calling!

Iceland is Calling!

First off, I apologize for not posting since I went to Chicago. It’s been a crazy-busy April but that’s no excuse. However, now it’s time to get ready for a plethora of posts as I leave for Iceland in four days! Where to begin… How I decided to take this trip That one...
Two Years Later: What I Learned About Traveling

Two Years Later: What I Learned About Traveling

February was not a good month for any kind of travel. Between Omicron, frequent cancellations and closings, and the weather I didn’t get too far. However, it was a good month for thinking about traveling and what might be next on the horizon! Granted, the last two...
A Year of Reckoning

A Year of Reckoning

This month marks the second anniversary of my trying to launch a travel writing career. As you may recall, I started my grand undertaking with a Classic Journeys trip to New Zealand two Februarys ago. I had a fabulous time-beyond my wildest expectations. That is,...