It's a rainy, cool October 1st. One minute the sun shines, the next there is a rumble of thunder.  The dogs say it's the kind of day to sleep.  I say it's a day for soup, Hamburger Soup.      

Suzanne's recipe is on the Like Sheep page.
Did you know that reviews can be bought?  As I wander through sites for authors, I am learning a lot.  Not only are there individuals who only want your cash, they will say what you want them to.  Sometimes people have to write the review themselves then pay someone to post it.

This ranks right up there with finding out that House Hunters International is a staged show and Words With Friends has a cheater site.

If you've read Like Sheep and would be willing, I could use some honest reviews on




I am looking forward to blogging now that I know how to get text in the right place.   You can test the comment section, too, if you'd like.

COMING SOON:    15 Surprises for this first time novelist.


    Like Sheep

    Like a Fox

    Like a Fig Tree

    Author Information

    The Rev. Dr. Judy Mitchell Rich lives outside of Athens, Alabama, in the country where she enjoys the stream behind her house and the wooded area which houses wild turkeys, deer, and many birds.
    She is a graduate of Fairborn High School in Ohio; Muskingum College;  McCormick Seminary. If you're into letters after names, hers would be
    : B.A., M.A., M.Div. and D.Min.

    She is an ordained Presbyterian USA pastor and has served as an Associate Pastor, Interim Pastor and Solo Pastor
    for  churches in Michigan, Kansas and Ohio, and on the staff of the Presbytery of Northern Kansas.
    University Presbyterian, Rochester Hills,Michigan
    Kipp Presbyterian, Kipp, Kansas
    Gypsum United Methodist, Gypsum,Kansas
    Presbytery of Northern Kansas
    Westminster Presbyterian, Emporia, Kansas
    St. Andrews Presbyterian, Topeka, Kansas
    Westminster Presbyterian, Piqua, Ohio
    Honorably Retired 2008

    Favorite activities include writing, reading mysteries, Pilates classes,   playing with clay and laughing with her friends and two sons, four sisters, one brother and their families.

    She published Like Sheep in September of 2012 and the second in the series Like A Fox in March of 2014. Like a Fig Tree was published September, 2015.

    Easter, 2006. Westminster Presbyterian Church. Piqua, Ohio. Photo by Sue Dougherty.


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