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It’s not just monsters that go bump in the night. Sometimes it’s skeleton-girls, too. Cindy might appear to be your average twelve year old, but since her mother’s death she has a secret. Every night she faces a horrible, terrible curse; one that turns her into a skeleton. Yup, a boney, white skeleton. As if Keep reading >>>

Perils of Wrath, a proper medieval action-romance and sequel to Shadows of Valor, follows the story of the orphan boy, Roland, who is now a gallant knight and pursuing his own quest. “Nothing frustrates a knight more than being shackled to an unruly female squire with guarded secrets and a persistent sweet tooth.”     Keep reading >>>

Things I Wish Came Easy To Me

   Outlining a novel               Sticking to a schedule              Sitting back and relaxing (chillaxing) without a care in the world             Feeling confident most of the time           Staying present and in the moment Keep reading >>>

Oh That Upward Climb!!!

  I’m aware that life is too short to bury our dreams no matter how impossible they may seem. And yet… and yet… when ‘stuff happens’ and things appear to be taking waaaaaaay too long to materialize, or when on that upward journey I slip and slide back way way down and questions bombard my Keep reading >>>

A Nudge From Above

It’s interesting how a crisis can help you put things in perspective. A high-school friend of mine died on May 12, 2017, from a rare form of cancer, and this brought up all sorts of emotions; another nudge from above as a reminder to live in the moment. So I wanted to share a post Keep reading >>>

And they all lived happily ever after

“And they all lived happily ever after” As a child, I used to love reading those words at the end of fairy tales. Just the knowledge that everything would be all right from that point forward was enough to make me happy. Cinderella’s life would be perfect. Snow White would marry her prince and live Keep reading >>>

Conflict In Stories

  Have you ever wondered what it takes to tell a great story? What draws people in? Today I have L.K. Hill, author of BASTIONS OF LOVE, who will tell you all about how to create conflict in your story to keep your readers reading.     Great Conflicts by L.K. Hill   The key to Keep reading >>>

It All Starts From Within

There’s a man called Lester Levinson who claimed that all problems stemmed from three things: wanting approval, wanting control and wanting safety, and that this constant wanting equaled lack. I tend to think he has a point.   That said, I don’t believe he was referring to that initial desire that inspires dreams and brings Keep reading >>>

Bringing Books To A Child’s Doorstep

It’s always nice to meet someone who believes strongly in the importance of good children’s book. It’s even more amazing when that person goes a few steps further to bring such books to the awareness of parents and kids. Helen Antoniades has accomplished this feat in a huge way by creating Butterfly Books: bringing books Keep reading >>>