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As a writer, do you forget what you’ve written?

It’s Saturday morning. And, as I typically do while the house is asleep, I drink coffee on the couch with my springer spaniel, Fenway, on his end and me on mine . . . and surf.  I start on Facebook, … Continue reading

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The Secret to Balancing Writing and Family

We all want to know the secret, as we hear cries from the next room of “what’s for dinner?” Or take a quick break and pass the unavoidable pile of laundry that seems to be multiplying in the baskets like … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Dating Intervention

Something struck me last night while I sat down to unwind and watch tv, and I couldn’t help but think I am not the only one that would feel this way:  they should have a Bachelorette for 40-somethings. I have … Continue reading

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Small Business Saturday – New Holiday Release

In honor of Small Business Saturday, I am happy to release a new short story: Yankee Swap.  It’s a fun romance set around the Christmas holidays and I will be offering it through Amazon KDP. As you think about and … Continue reading

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My Books are on Pinterest

Postcards of my two novels: The Dating Intervention and Cursed.

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Fish Where the Fish Are – 5 important activities to catch a reader

You wrote a book – congratulations!  Now you go through the labor-intensive steps of smoothing, editing, proofing and perfecting in order to release it to the world. Good job!  Next, (and, arguably, already all along this journey) you start to … Continue reading

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Job Requirement: Rhino Skin

Becoming an author is not for the faint of heart.  It’s similar to other artists – you create and then you release your work to the world and wait. . . and wait . . . to see what the … Continue reading

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