If you’re on this page, that means you’re looking for something in particular but don’t know where I have it located. Never fear; you’ll find what you’re looking for in no time.

The “Home” menu will take you to my introductory screen. That’s where you should end up when you first type in the name of my site, and the information there will change seasonally to keep you updated on what new offerings I have.

The “About” menu has two submenu options. Under “About this Site” you will find a brief introduction to the contents of this site. Under “About the Author” you will find my photo (because I know you’re wondering) and a brief bio.

The “Blog” menu is just what you’d expect: it takes you to my blog posts. Scroll through the titles until you find what you’re looking for, or start with the most recent post and work your way through.

The “Works” menu has three options under it. The first is “Published Works” and has information about, well, my published works. When possible, links are included to take you to a purchase page or the site where the work has been published. The second is “Coming Soon” and offers details about my works-in-progress. The third is “On the House” and has stories by me that you can’t find published anywhere else.

The “Food” menu also has three options under it. The first is “Recipes” and includes family favorites and tried-and-true recipes I’ve found or developed. The second is “Stories” and includes fiction and poems with food themes or with recipes in them. The third is “Tips” and offers hints and tricks to make your time in the kitchen easier.

The “Links” menu includes links to all my social media sites as well as links to other pages that I love to visit.

The “What I’m Reading” menu lists the books I’m currently reading or have read recently, as well as purchase links and brief comments about the work.

The “Contact” menu has a contact form where you can reach out to me. Fill out the form, and I’ll get back to you regarding your comments or questions.

Finally is the “Lost???” menu tab. That’s where you are. And hopefully, after reading this, you aren’t lost anymore.