I write songs. And I write a blog.

That’s a lot of writing, but it’s okay.
I have a busy mind.

Did you stop by to hear my music?
To read my musings about music?
To learn about songwriting?
To book a house concert?

To be inspired in your own creative work?

Whatever the reason, let’s get started!

First, I’d be oh so delighted if you’d join my fan list, found in the sidebar. As a fan, you’ll automatically get a free download of my song, “Hand in Hand.” Fans also get 1-2 emails per month, sometimes one extra, with juicy tidbits about my recent writings and heads-ups about new song releases and upcoming shows. I promise, my emails are fun and worth opening every time.

And, my most dedicated fans get awesome offers and freebies once in a while.

Then, please go cruise around! Go to MUSIC to hear and purchase my songs and sheet music. You’re also encouraged to scroll around my BLOG to read short pieces exploring the world inside my songwriter mind. Start with the helpful links in the sidebar, directing you to recent posts.

And COMMENT! Every comment results in me jumping up and down in my little office chair, I swear. I love hearing your take on my creative work, and even more – I love hearing about how YOU are making your stuff in your creative life, so DO comment on the blog. Not only does it make me squeal like a five year old, your comments make my site easier for others to find. Winning!

If you’ve not seen me live, oh dear – please invite me to play a house concert for you. House concerts are my absolute favorite venues – so intimate and relaxed and interactive. See what fans are saying about me.

Haven’t you always wanted to ask the artist a thousand questions about her songs and process? Here’s your chance. Email or call to get that rolling. Mention that you read this Welcome Blog, and I’ll cut you a sweet deal.

Last but not least, my true hope is that by openly sharing my songwriting process, you will be inspired to dig into your creative life. Let’s all help each other! No drop of inspiration is ever wasted. If you’re a painter, dancer, poet, teacher, inventor, speaker, gardener, designer, or general tinkerer – go make something!

Then come back and tell me about it.