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Recommended Read: The Last Garden in England by Julia Kelly

Wow! Is it the end of March already?  Happy Easter and/or Passover to my friends who celebrate.   I wanted to share with you a recommended read.  The Last Garden in England by Julia Kelly.   The Last Garden in England tells the story … Continue reading

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So Long Facebook (And Thanks for All the Fish)

If you’re not a fan of Douglas Adams sci fi series, you might not get the joke at the end of the headline.  No worries. I’m sure you understood the first part. Starting this weekend, I will be taking an indefinite … Continue reading

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Reading Roundup! (Feb/March)

Hullo all! I missed last month’s reading round-up, not because I wasn’t reading, but because most of the books I read were for research. Somehow I didn’t think you wanted to know what I thought of Greenwich Village Stories, Edie, … Continue reading

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February Reading Roundup With the election, holidays and other drama seemingly in the past, I was finally back in the reading groove.  This month I managed four reads that weren’t research related.  Two of the books I recommend highly for everyone. The … Continue reading

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Reunited With Her Blue-Eyed Billionaire is Out Today!

It’s release day for Reunited With Her Blue-Eyed Billionaire, my last Harlequin Romance for quite a while. (I’d say never, but you know – never say never.) Between you and me, this was a difficult book to write. Not because … Continue reading

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Losing the Safety Net – Part Two

Confession time: A few weeks ago, when I discussed writing without the safety net of a publisher or agent, I naively believed that my stay in limbo land would be a short one. That I would sign with a new … Continue reading

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Losing the Safety Net

I cut ties with a lot of things during 2020. RWA, my local writing chapter, my publisher and my agent are all in my rearview mirror. As a result, I find myself approaching 2021 like a bird with brand new … Continue reading

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Resiliency

I started reading poetry recently as a way of improving my creative language skills. There is a rhythm and lyricism to poems that I would like to transfer to my writing. What I’m finding is that a) poetry is damn … Continue reading

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Reading Round Up for November

I didn’t do as much reading in November as I have in past months.  I’m not entirely sure why.  Reading fatigue maybe?  However, I did read a few titles that I thought I’d share. THE YELLOW WIFE by Sadeqa Johnson: … Continue reading

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October Reading Roundup

I didn’t do as much reading last month as I wanted, largely because Captain Pete and I were on a bit of a Star Trek movie binge, but I did squeeze in a few titles. Most of these books are … Continue reading

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