I’m riding the high of a wonderful writing retreat I had with a few author friends. We snacked way too much, put together a frustrating 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle, and talked writing—from stacking ads, soft launching a book, to traditional vs. indie publishing. Of course, we also shared funny stories about our pets, raising kids, and… Continue reading A Women’s Writing Retreat
The reward of having children is to see them living independent and happy lives.
This is a must read. Just reading Carrie’s blog to announce her book, tells you what a great writer she is. I have already read this book, but I’m planning to read it again. It was excellent!
Do you believe in the paranormal?
I wish I did. Life would be more fun. But in reality, a ghost could hit me upside the head with a copy of War and Peace and I’d still find a way to explain it. Thanks to my left-brain skepticism and years of science education, a believer in the unseen I am not.
That doesn’t mean I don’t find it fascinating, and it doesn’t mean I don’t want to write about it.
The Bone Curse, available today, takes a rational-minded man of science and tosses him into an otherworldly situation, one with curses, dark priests, and Haitian Vodou.
Ben, the main character, is not a perfect guy. He’s a med student…
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TAPPING Recently, I came across something called Tapping. Ever hear of it? The concept is to tap on key points of your body in a specific sequence. Before you tap, you say what ails you—I have a head ache, or a back ache, or stress about a meeting, or I’m upset about someone’s behavior,… Continue reading WHAT SAY YOU?