Cheers!

I’ve always loved quiet and it’s nice not to have to justify staying at home, being quiet, and just enjoying a peaceful evening. It’s the best environment for inspired writing and relaxed reading. Cheers to all introverts and those who’d like to...

What Makes You Happy?

When asked what makes you happy, Emmy in The Horseshoe Necklace doesn’t have to think long:  “having a bed to sleep in, being able to take a shower, walking a dog, going to school, having a friend who shares a turkey and swiss sandwich when...

A Big Thank You!

I’m encouraged by the thousands of workers who rise to the challenge and redefine what’s possible day after day. Thank you! It makes me want to give my best as well, be it as a writer or a human.

Desire to Inspire

We’re all talented and gifted somehow. Let’s rise to the occasion and be the best we can be each and every day. Let’s surmount obstacles and deliver the impossible! What’s your passion? Your talent? As you know, I love to write, and I will...

Growing Closer

Given my global family background and immigrant history, I have friends in different parts of the world. The pandemic has brought us all closer together, because for the 1st time in my life, it’s a crisis all of us face together. There’s no us...

Cinco de Mayo Special!

To ease the stay-at-home burden, as a Coronavirus Special, I’m offering the eBook version of my new novel “The Horseshoe Necklace” for free today and tomorrow, May 5-6, 2020.  You can access the book by clicking on “Buy on...

Free Book Download

To ease your stay-at-home time, I have something for you! I just published my new novel “The Horseshoe Necklace” on Amazon. As a Coronavirus special, I’m offering the e-book for free for 5 days from May 2-6, 2020 (this is the longest Amazon...

Available Today!

A moving novel of a Mongolian nomad and an American orphan, and their love of horses that brings them together. Follow the journey of their chance encounter that leads to the healing of their painful...

Book Teaser

“When I was a boy, we rode because we were horsemen, and it was our tradition. We didn’t ride for money. I rode for respect of my father, to honor my family and our ancestors.” From The Horseshoe Necklace by Mollie Moon

A Visionary

“You’re a visionary,” Baatar said. “What do you mean?” “You can see into the future. You’re gifted. Not many people are.” “Is that good or bad?” Emmy asked. “I guess it’s good. Perhaps you can see a danger, and you can warn people if you see...