Showing posts from August, 2009

10 days

This summer has flown by. I can't believe my little baby will be in first grade in ten more days. It's so hard to believe he's growing up and then in other ways, I'm blown away that he's only six. Today, when I took him to register for soccer, he also wanted to register for flag football. I asked my friend, who was in charge of the sports camps what each cost was and she told us that for soccer it would be $50 but for flag football, it would be $65. I instantly knew that was more than we really could afford or should spend. I tried to make a game out of it for my son and said, "You do the math - what's 50 + 65?" I was just being flippant. I never dreamed he'd be able to answer. You could see his wheels turning, and his mind calculating. He turned to me and said, "Um, 115 dollars?" Both my friend and I look at each other astounded. Yes, that's my son. A funny social silly kid, with a major brain. I told him we

A small but worthy review

In a tough economy, it's hard to sell anything that's not needed. To me, the one thing needed is a good story to take you away from any stress you may have currently in your own life! But it's clear I'm not normal...and not everyone is a reader. At this point, I'm still waiting to know how many copies of Finding Kylie have sold, but I know it's making somewhat of a ripple. I get too many emails from random people, who I have no ties to for it not to have made an impact. Days like these are well worth the wait when I get a wonderful comment from a random stranger sent to me via Facebook or email: Pj Blevins- I just finished your book and it is spectacular. I love books that make me cry! I can so emphasize with Chastity in losing her Mother as I lost mine a year ago. Can't wait to see what happens to her in your next book. Hope it comes out soon. Thank you miss PJ - whoever you are...where ever you are. You and those like you, who take this book to