Monthly Archives: August 2013

To Courtney: On Letting Go (Again)

I cried a river, spilled crocodile tears, cried like a baby…You get the idea. All those cliches related to crying, I did it. ¬†And, I started early too. I didn’t wait until the day of imminent sadness arrived; I cried … Continue reading

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Neat Little Gem of Advice

I love this. This is something I found while perusing the Internet and thought I’d share. I’ve heard the words many times before, but I love the neat photo here.

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D’oh!

There just aren’t enough hours in the day. I don’t care what anyone says. I can never seem to do everything I want (really I should say need) to do. This realization hit me again yesterday when my newest book … Continue reading

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The Deepest Cut or Making Every Word Count

The Deepest Cut or Making Every Word Count.

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The Deepest Cut or Making Every Word Count

I stared long and lovingly at it. It represented beauty and intelligence; in short, it was sheer poetry. Had I actually given birth to that? I pushed my chest up and out, feeling proud. Yes, I had created that. And … Continue reading

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A Laugh for Today

Hope you at least smiled because I sure did.

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Food for Thought or Food to Choke You

On a rainy Sunday afternoon, what better to do than lie in bed and watch re-runs of Good Times? So, that’s what I spent the afternoon doing, watching season three of the show. This was the last season when John … Continue reading

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Tales from the Literary Crypt

My house is a mess! Literally…(yes, I did that. I said literally.) I have been through every closet, looked under every bed, and picked up every stack of old writing in my house. This is just the beginning though. Like … Continue reading

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Book Snob

Yesterday I had a conversation with a man who only reads nonfiction books. He looked at the Michael Connelly book I was reading and said: “I only read things that can help make me better or that can add something … Continue reading

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