I have taught language arts and mathematics in south Louisiana for 21 years.  I have been writing futuristic romance for even longer--before there was a name for it.


The first three books of my science fiction romance series PARALLAX are available now at Amazon.com. I hope you will fall in love with the family in Bridges Burning, Turning Points, and Silent Crossings as they fight for freedom on the spacecolony orbiting the used-up planet Earth, and the loving, passionate relationships that make their sacrifices worthwhile.

To find out what happens next to Jul, Marc, and the alleykids, watch for a sequel to A Star Called Home. (Yes, I'm listening to my wonderful fans!)

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January 21, 2017

Why does "wonderful, little, hi-tech, British, copper goggles" sound better than "little, British, wonderful, copper, hi-tech goggles"?

Do you remember your high school English textbook listing the correct order when using multiple adjectives to describe a noun?  Have y...

October 10, 2016

What if--on your created world--there were more than two distinct genders?  What third person pronouns would you use?         

Many people on our real world Earth identify with neither male nor female classification.  Or with...

June 30, 2016

Good punctuation can save lives!   

Inviting Grandma to lunch, and eating Grandma for lunch, are very different activities.  We all know that commas are important, but when are there enough and when are there too many?

Over the next several posts, I will discus...

March 25, 2016

Are collective nouns singular or plural? 


A collective noun is made up of more than one countable thing or person.  Some examples of collective nouns are:  crowd, government, flock, mob, group, herd, array, jury, and audience.

So, if they are more than one thing or...

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