My Book ProgressSteven34.9%
Hi, I’m Kristy, lover of God, family, friends, good books, and yummy food. I’m also on a quest to get in the best shape of my life. As a clean and wholesome/Christian romance author, I spend much of my days sitting at a desk. And we all know that a sedentary lifestyle isn’t conducive to good health. So it’s time to change all that. To start counteracting the side effects of too little activity, hypothyroidism, and gluten intolerance. Yeah, It’s time to get busy because I plan on living to be a happy, healthy, and energetic centenarian. I also plan on writing a lot more books! 🙂
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Monthly Archives: July 2016
There have been a few moments in my life when I’ve come to the realization that if I don’t do something ‘now,’ I’m going to regret it. Moments when I knew I needed to step up to the plate, dig my … Continue reading
Dear diced peaches company… While I realize diced in no way means minced, neither does it mean CHUNKS. Diced is what I do to onions for spaghetti – unless my baby brother might be eating it and then I go … Continue reading
This morning, we said goodbye to our second oldest cat, Sophie. Three in a single year. You might remember Jasper, the youngest, was hit by a car last July. Three months later, thirteen year old Sam died in October. Then … Continue reading
Anyone who’s followed me for any length of time might have heard me mention that I’d love to figure out how to work on two books at a time. Why? Because when I get stuck on one story, I could … Continue reading