Life brings many changes.
It's been...ages since I posted here. Life happened. Quilting came to a halt. Currently my sewing machine sits in a dark corner, staring at me. The last time I used it was to teach the girls how to make PJ bottoms. My oldest now has custody of the quilt room, it's her bedroom. Sewing has been put aside for now.
BUT...I still have a creative outlet. Writing.
My newest release Missing Children.
I'm sharing it with you, because it surrounds a quilting group. Here's the blurb:
What do you do with fabric scraps? You make a quilt. Memories are the
scraps of life. Louise's memories are missing because of Alzheimer's.
After being moved to a nursing home, her family donates Louise's fabric
to her old quilting bee.
Hannah and the ladies of the quilting bee are happy to have the
fabric but have mixed feelings over the nursing home. Before they can
make quilts in honor of Louise they must sort through the tension and
mixed emotions. Hannah must also deal with past regrets and memories of
her grandmother who died with Alzheimer's.
Can Hannah forgive herself for past mistakes? Can the close knit
group put feelings aside long enough to make a memory quilt for Louise?
Experience the laughter and tears as Hannah and her friends deal
with the tragedy of Alzheimer's and the healing art of quilting.
Missing Children is available from Amazon for $0.99.
I hope to get a little sewing accomplished this summer, even if it is just teaching the young ones how to make sleepwear. If you enjoy reading and like the book or if you are just curious, my writer's blog is located here.