Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Writing on Vacation

Check out my publisher's blog for my take on writing while on vacation.  http://otpblog.blogspot.com

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Grand Rapids Region Writers Group: Ash Wednesday and Divine Intervention

Grand Rapids Region Writers Group: Ash Wednesday and Divine Intervention: By W. S. Gager Wednesday was Ash Wednesday and a day for many that signals the start of the Lenten season and a time of preparation. ...

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Grand Rapids Region Writers Group: Better Writing With a Harder Job?

Check out my guest blog where I talk about my new writing schedule and why I've been quiet lately.

Grand Rapids Region Writers Group: Better Writing With a Harder Job?: By W.S. Gager I started a new job on July 1 and must admit that it is kicking my butt energy-wise but is fulfilling and I love it. It...

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Romancing the Heart Interviews: W.S. Gager

I am guesting on  a romance block. See how I make the conection.

Romancing the Heart Interviews: W.S. Gager: W.S. Gager Searches for Volatile Deeds W.S. Gager has lived in Michigan for most of her life except when she was interviewing race ca...

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Guest blogging on marathons

I'm a guest author on my publishers blog: Oak Tree Press. I talk about biking, training for a marathon and killer swamps. Stop by and weigh in on your personal marathon.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Happy Birthday to a Very Special Woman - My Mom



Today is my mother’s birthday. I won’t divulge her age partly because I don’t want to think about her advancing years (that increase at the same rate as mine). She has never acted her age for as long as I can remember. She has always had tons of energy and taken on herculean tasks and accomplished them well.
   Don’t get me wrong, you always knew how she felt on most issues. However,  she never harped on our wrong decisions. She always let us make the decision. I know how hard that must have been as I find myself wanting to preach to my kids who are in college. 
In recent years I have seen her slow down just a little. My mom has always been a shining example for me to follow of doing what’s right and never about doing anything for money. Another thing I love about my mother is she has never been preachy.

My mom is always generous to a fault. My earliest memory of how much impact she has had on others’ lives was on a cold snowy day on our way home from church. A man was getting out of his car with steam rolling out from under his hood. My mom slowed and when a woman with a small baby got out, she slammed on her brakes and pulled over. She drove an old station wagon and us kids (there were three) were relegated to the way back to give our guests room. 

My Mom took them home, which was only a few miles out of our way. I’ve never forgotten that lesson even though my dad was mad we were late when we got home and even  madder when he found out she picked up somebody on the side of the road because that wasn't safe. My mom’s only comment was: “It was what I would want to happen if it was me.” I’ve always tried to remember that lesson. 

Happy Birthday, Mom!

Saturday, September 21, 2013

My Story, My Way - An Indie Adventure: Excerpt from W.S Gager's A Case Of Volatile Deeds

See where I am guesting today

My Story, My Way ~ An Indie Adventure: Excerpt from W.S Gager's A Case Of Volatile Deeds: Wednesday, you met W.S Gager, and today I bring you the excerpt from her latest book, A Case of Volatile Deeds . Read on ...