Friday, January 27, 2012


This is our last day with Sandi Rog. If you have any questions, please let us know. I know she would be happy to answer them.

KA: What is the best thing you like to do?

SR: Sit down with my children on each side of me and read them stories.

KA: What is your favorite food?

SR: Can’t answer that since nothing tastes good to me right now. I’ve lost a lot of weight after this last dose of radiation, and I’m having a hard time getting my “taste buds” back. I do enjoy a well-made Caesar Salad on occasion (as long as it doesn’t have too much salad dressing), and I do well with hot wings that aren’t spicy but have honey barbecue sauce on them. In the morning, I usually enjoy scrambled eggs, and I need the protein to rebuild the muscles I’ve lost. But all my old favorites are out the window. I loved sweet things, like donuts, cookies, etc. I didn’t eat a lot of them, but now, I can’t stand the taste of sugar (can barely stand jelly on my toast). I also have learned that cancer feeds on sugar, so I figure that side-effect is welcome to STAY. lol

KA: What are your plans for the future?

SR: Don’t really have any, just taking one day at a time. But like I said above, I would like to go somewhere special for my 20th wedding anniversary.

KA: Does Walks Alone have a sequel?

SR: I started one, but I’m not sure if I’ll write it. We’ll see.

KA: What are you working on right now?

SR: I’m supposed to be working on The Father’s Rock in my Iron and the Stone series. Gotta find a way to make a thief who’s seen the dark side of life and wonders how there can be a kind and loving God when there’s so much evil in the world become a light read. (Hope you were able to get through that long sentence, lol.) I’ve got some ideas, so we’ll see what happens.

KA: Sandi, thanks so much for talking to us these last few days. I know everyone feels like they know you better. Tell us how we can learn more about you.

You can just go to my blog or find me on Facebook and befriend me. Here’s the link to my blog:

Thank you for having me here, Katt. It was a pleasure and an honor. 


  1. This has been a precious interview. I am inspired by Sandi, and will keep her in my prayers. As soon as I'm in wifi range I'm getting her book on my Kindle.

  2. Thank you so much, Jane! I hope you enjoy Walks Alone. I sure had fun writing it. :-)

  3. I've come late to this... praying for you Sandi... must be horrid to go through what you have... as for the dark fellow written light, try humor, maybe he could be a guy who sees the absurdity of working so hard for ill gotten gains when equal effort honestly spent would be more rewarding, spiritually and monetarily... Just a suggestion. Thanks for sharing yourself this week... Blessings,