Monthly Archives: March 2013

Double the Trouble, Double theFun!

To honor how well The Blue Dolphin is doing in the rankings, I’m offering a free gift of a Kindle copy of Unlock the Truth. Just leave a comment below to be entered. Unlock the Truth is Book #1 in Desert … Continue reading

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If You Could Be a Jelly Bean

…what color/flavor would you be? Last Sunday, I bought a small pack of Jelly Beans at Trader Joe’s. I can’t tell you how many years it has been since I’ve indulged in the bean. Coffee beans, yes, the candy, not … Continue reading

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Liebster Award

My friend Megan nominated me for the Liebster Award. I think in German that means loved one, or favorite. My guess is favorite, but knowing Megan it could be a live lobster with an accent. I love awards. They make … Continue reading

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My Book is Offered for Free! Today!

Yes! Today, I have a big surprise! My book is FREE!!! Not in having been released from constraints…but in a way exactly that. I can visualize the book running down the street singing “Freedom!” Unlock the Truth is being offered … Continue reading

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Courage Is Not Absence of Fear…

Mark Twain said it better: “Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear.” I thought about this recently as I addressed my fears about public speaking. All the times of waiting to be called up to … Continue reading

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Private Practice: a Humphrey Review

Last week I downloaded Samanthe Beck’s debut novel, Private Practice, an e-book published by Entangled Publishing.           That night I went to bed early and thought I’d read two chapters. Humphrey walked down the hall and peeked into my room. “Still up?” … Continue reading

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The Importance of Morning Tea…

I grew up in Australia and we always had a morning tea break. For me there was nothing nicer than a steaming cup of tea and some kind of pastry treat. It didn’t matter how hot the temperature was outside, … Continue reading

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