My Not-so-ordinary World
January 22, 2014
If anyone knows how to set up an anonymous blog on which I can comment anonymously, I would like to be able to post WHILE traveling and not wait until I get home, lest some thief be waiting for me to say, "I'm in Florida!" to rob my house. So let me know if <!--more-->you you do. So far my efforts have all shown up as LeAnne Hardy. :-)
We were in Florida last week for the purpose (more…)
December 21, 2013
“Comfort ye. Comfort ye my people,” Handel begins, quoting Isaiah chapter 40. But (more…)
December 15, 2013
“Let the ANC tear itself apart with infighting,” I thought.
I didn’t know Nelson Mandela. His eventual release (more…)
November 30, 2013
November 28, 2013
November 23, 2013
Our Gran. Keeping Secrets will be released December 1, World AIDS Day. You can see the trailer now on YouTube.
Keeping Secrets is not a book for pre-teens. Because of content involved with HIV, parents will want to read it themselves before giving it to readers under thirteen or fourteen. But then I always try (more…)
November 15, 2013
My slide show of (more…)
November 8, 2013
I've had a great time this past year working with Rob Skead on several YA manuscripts. (Not this one.) When he came up with this great idea for using his new digital picture book to raise funds for Feed America, I had to let you know.
Here's what Rob has to say about his new book:
I want to give a big thank you to LeAnne for inviting me to be her guest blogger. She is one of the “things” I’m thankful for this Thanksgiving. If it were not for (more…)
November 1, 2013
One day on our recent visit to Split, Croatia, we took a city bus to the late Roman city of Salona.
October 31, 2013
Ghosts and ghouls are not my thing so let's see more pictures instead. The city of Split, Croatia, sits on a peninsula on the Dalmatian Coast of the Adriatic Sea. On a recent visit to celebrate our fortieth wedding anniversary, my husband and I hiked along the ridge of the Marjam hill, set aside as a park by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the fourth century.The hike began with ninety-nice steps to this look out point--and that was only the beginning.