Monthly Archives: February 2012
Brrrr….I froze my tail off in the boat to get these images. Nothing beats the natural beauty of Louisiana’s bayous! Enjoy!!! A view from the boat.
One of my favorite things about being a writer is that I get to create characters. I pick their physical characteristics, their personalities, their quirks, their issues, their attitudes, their speech patterns. I adore all of my characters (for the … Continue reading
The scenery! I spent some much appreciated family time taking a leisurely Sunday drive with my parents, husband, and son. Even though I’ve lived in the area my entire life, it amazes me how certain locations still manage to take … Continue reading
Mardi Gras!!! The Mardi Gras season is in full swing and everything around here is bathed in purple, green, and gold. I was invited to a night parade. But, baby it’s cold outside and I’ve got seafood gumbo simmering on the … Continue reading
The food!!! At the risk of sounding like Bubba Gump, here we go: king cake, etouffee, jambalaya, boiled crawfish, boiled crabs, boiled shrimp, gumbo, beignets, blackened anything, oysters, po-boys, muffalettas, hurricanes (okay, technically it’s a drink), cafe au lait (it’s a … Continue reading
Note: This is satirical. The people around here are generally friendly to a fault. How could being friendly ever be seen as a fault? Well, there are times when I wish my super-friendly neighbor wouldn’t yell, “Hey, girl!” at the … Continue reading
Hi! I’m writing because I’m incredibly excited about my series, The Green Bayou Novels. The series takes place in a fictional South Louisiana town and follows the life of Paramedic Emily Boudreaux. The books contain a little of everything: action, adventure, romance, comedy, … Continue reading