July 13th 2022, Kindle Vella will be celebrating its first year as an Amazon writing platform. However, I only started reading Vella episodes a few months ago and haven’t dove-in and published anything there…yet. This is how Amazon describes Kindle Vella: It’s a new way to share serialized stories with readers over an extended period… Continue reading What is Kindle Vella?
A sense of curiosity is nature's original school of education.
As I walked into the Antarctica exhibit at SeaWorld, I felt an overwhelming wave of concern wash over me. Simply remembering the penguin friends I had made in Antarctica in January 2020, thoughts of them lingered and I wondered how their world has changed since then. The National Geographic guides told us the areas we… Continue reading Antarctica Friends
Are you ready for Lakehouse Déjà Vu? Save the Date: June 13, 2022 https://videopress.com/v/jGrqK78F?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true PUBLISH date for Lakehouse Déjà Vu June 13, 2022
May today bring joy to your heart. Happy Mother's Day!
A Mother's Day Gift to everyone! Probably the thing I hear most when speaking about relatives from the past is that people regret not having interviewed their parents, grandparents, and other older relatives when they had the chance. You don’t have to be an author, writer, or world class historian to gather your family’s history.… Continue reading Family Memories & You
Who can't fall in LOVE with Puffins!? Their little marching walk and their funny growling tones…and they are smaller than you might think! My Atlantic puffin friend Árni. He is about to leave his burrow for a four-year adventure out at sea. But Árni doesn’t want to go—he wants one more day to play with… Continue reading Iceland Anyone!?!
Beta readers are still talking about it ... I hope you love reading this book as much as they did! Coming Soon! Cheers to the dreamers ... #Publish date 6/13/2022 #lakehousedejavu http://www.ra-anderson.com
Author's Note: MD11 Photographed is not the plane in question! It's the plane that flew in front of my camera.
A short story dedicated to the American Saddlebred Museum, located in Lexington, Kentucky. In honor of Mrs. Helen K. Crabtree & RuthAnne Lewis (The Last Crabtree Girl). My eyes squinted as I took my first step out of the barn. I was led into the sunlight by the farmer holding a lead rope clipped to… Continue reading The Colt That Could