I'm glad you dropped by.

Autumn's begun in my neck of the woods. Warmish days with cool nights with the lovely autumn shades against a rich blue sky. It's my favorite time of the year. Time to get the crops in, harvest the rest of the garden, stock away those canned peaches and pears and yummy raspberry jams. It feels good to have them ready for winter. But best of all the mosquitoes are gone!!!

I've been zipping here and there on short treks, taking in the sights before the snow flies. I'm so happy you're coming along via my books to discover characters with issues like you and I face every day, in places we might not physically get to. North Country Dad is the last in my Northern Lights series. I hope you'll enjoy it. Also, a re-release of Identity: Undercover is out this month. It's a suspense story you might enjoy. I'd love to hear what's happening in your corner of the world so email me, check out my books or read my bio. There's lots to see and do here. Just check the signpost.

Well, the car's packed and I'm off to the Rockies to collect some info for my newest series. Happy autumn. I'll write soon.


North Country Dad by Lois Richer