Wednesday, December 31, 2014


Today I walk up the familiar L shaped stairs into the comfortable office of Interpretive Graphics and sit at my glass-top desk for the last day of my working career. How often I have anticipated this day of retirement, but now I feel like a mother who has finally gotten her youngest child off to school and stands all alone in the silence.
I am most grateful for goodly parents who taught me the JOY of work and my many employers over the years who presented me with the opportunity to feel that JOY (or not). I end this journey on a highnote, having worked for the Peters these past seven years.
I descend the warmth along those steps into an unknown adventure with a sad, yet excited heart.
Watch out hubby, kids, grand-kids, and great-grand-kids, here I come!

Saturday, December 27, 2014

2014 Holidays

We've had super family holidays and visits, but my picture taking skills got real rusty.
Thanksgiving with daughter Angee, her hubby Michael and boys.

Did some window shopping with daughter Bobbi on her birthday, and shared some birthday time with great-grand-daughter Tesley who turned one.

Son Jared asked Michelle to marry him. What a darling couple.
Time to decorate for Christmas and go shopping. Love putting up the grandkids tree with their young-face-picture-ornaments and now the great-grands.
Time out from Christmas to watch grand-daughter Ash ride . . .

Enjoyed our traditional family party at Maddox then Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with Joe's family (I claim they too).

and we had a WHITE CHRISTMAS!! What will the New Year Bring?

Sunday, November 30, 2014


My three month book signing tour came to an end as of Black Friday, and it went out with a bang. Loved meeting with so many shoppers as they took a break at Starbucks in Ft. Union.
My Joe joined me, and while I took a potty break he sold a book. What a guy!

Thanks one more time to all of the book stores and businesses who welcomed a local Utah author into their facilities, and especially to family, friends, and book loving strangers for making my book signing 'ride' a trip to remember forever. Feel free to contact me to schedule book club or school room discussions on writing.
SATIN MURDER is available at the following, the perfect gift idea for the holidays.:
My home, just call and drop by (books or gift packages)
Available to order from ANY Barnes and Noble
For sale in Wellers Book Works at Trolly Square
For sale in Wisebird Bookery on Harrison in Ogden
For sale in Hastings on 4th North in Logan

C/Ya in 2015 when my next book, TOKEN WOMAN, is scheduled to be released.
May you find peace in Christmas and excitement in the New Year.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014


Where in the world of Fort Union, Midvale, Utah will Author Bonnie Glee be on BLACK FRIDAY between 8:00 a.m. and Noon? The first person to find me and give me the code word 'SISSLE' (the nickname my daddy gave me) will win an autographed copy of my debut book, SATIN MURDER. Look for this poster.

Sunday, November 23, 2014


Thank you, Aimee and Shelly, co-workers at Interpretive Graphics, for your suggestion and help with my book signing holiday gift packages.  Aimee planted the seed of this gift package offer for holiday shoppers and Shelly stopped by after work to create her magic bows. A gift of relaxation for the weary wife, mother, or sister who pulled of another perfect holiday for your family and friends.
Neighbor Roger and Katie bought two during yesterdays Open House Book Signing. I appreciate all.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014


What you think as you read SATIN MURDER would be most helpful as I continue to write more novels. Please email ( and let me know what you are thinking.
Here is one that I received over the past couple of months . . .

The past weekend opened new signing horizons, a busy, busy spudnut shop, Johnny O's in Logan, Utah was delicious experience.

 Patrons from all walks of life chatted and gave hugs of support; being a first time novelist reaps many rewards. We authors would be dead at the computer without you READERS.
Thanks for loving our WORDS.
My time at the Logan Library was heartwarming. Cousin Lynda dropped by. Darla and Tom Moore too along with all those that went in and out all afternoon.