Tag: Books

Historical Romance and Women

I am a feminist at heart. In my soul, I believe the female form is sacred and is therefore equal to the male. Therefore, I have struggled with my love of the romance genre. As an English teacher, I studied many, many classics and… Continue Reading “Historical Romance and Women”

I am a published auhor

It has actually happened and I couldn’t be more happy or more proud. Funny, though. It isn’t the jump out of my seat, holler from the rooftops kind of happiness. It is a such body hugging warmth. I feel accomplishment. I have reached my… Continue Reading “I am a published auhor”

Capturing a Countess’ Heart

Two more sleeps and my work is out in the world ~ what a lovely thought. Pre-order on Amazon and Kobo. Hope you love reading it as much as I loved writing it. Here’s a short “what’s it about?”

Available April 8, 2020!

While I would want to spend more time marketing and on social media, Covid-19, in addition to my own health odyssey have inspired me to take action NOW. I want my family and friends to feel happier during these unprecedented times. I want to… Continue Reading “Available April 8, 2020!”

Illness: A Blessing in Disguise?

In November of 2019, my body gave me lots of signs that I needed to pay attention to my health. I had two choices: succumb to fear and the very dark places your mind likes to go or realize…I have no information other than… Continue Reading “Illness: A Blessing in Disguise?”

Finding Ease When Things Get Difficult

Yet, again, I find myself taking a lesson from my yoga mat and applying it to the real world. In yoga, we refer to Sthira/Sukha. How strength and softness can exist simultaneously. You can feel both the hardness of a pose and you can… Continue Reading “Finding Ease When Things Get Difficult”

#Reading The Merest Loss by Steven Neil

Excited to sit with my next read courtesy of #IndieApril. I realize it’s May; however, I committed to reading and reviewing this book in April. I believe that still counts! A story of love and political intrigue, set against the backdrop of the English… Continue Reading “#Reading The Merest Loss by Steven Neil”

Rainy Days Were Made for Writing

It is a grey, damp day in my corner of the world. Most people around me carry on mumbling about April showers and how sick they are of the weather. When you live in a place ruled by the four seasons, the weather plays… Continue Reading “Rainy Days Were Made for Writing”

Confident or Brat? #AmWriting

There is a fine line between a man who knows what he wants and will not stop until he gets it, and the man who makes a lot of noise expecting others to get him what he wants. The first kind of man inspires… Continue Reading “Confident or Brat? #AmWriting”

Avoiding Head Hopping – #Writing #Editing

I I thrive on knowing my characters deeply so I can better shape their story. Except, I end up writing the thoughts and reactions of almost all of my characters – simultaneously. This is a big NO, NO and is referred to as head hopping.… Continue Reading “Avoiding Head Hopping – #Writing #Editing”

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