When she was small, Ana Morgan’s life goal was to know something about everything. She has waitressed, driven a school bus, milked cows, run craft service on an indie film set, hiked through European castles, wired a house, married a Marine, and studied the stars. She can change a flat tire but prefers it when handsome strangers remove their jackets and spins the lug nuts for her.
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I love the research aspect of writing stories set in unfamiliar times and places. Maybe this stems from my life-long goal to know something about as many things as possible. Stormy Hawkins unfolds on a 19th century cattle ranch in southeast South Dakota. I live on a...
Minnesota winters are a good time to stay indoors and write: But July is like this: And this:
Dandelion Flower Cookies A rite of spring at my house. Pick blossoms well away from roadways and where they have not been sprayed with weed killer. ½ cup butter ½ cup sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 cup flour 1 cup dry quick oatmeal...