Monthly Archives: August 2015

Misplaced Modifiers and Messy Minds

My mind is a rather messy place, and I assume most minds are. I think of mine as compartmentalized: writing box, home box, children and family box, financial box, travel and dreams box, housework box, chores box, and so on. … Continue reading

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Dreams Can Come True

Today, in the process of destroying the collages I’d made over the years, for all of the books published, plus a couple that will never see the light of day, I ran across this one: I remember that I made … Continue reading

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Passion is an Odd Thing

As many of you know, I am relocating. Because of this relocation I’ve been purging my home of ten years, everything from clothes no longer worn, to books, to knick-knacks. Why do we become so passionate about certain things and … Continue reading

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Are You an Avid Reader?

I returned home from the recent RWA Conference in NYC, having been super careful not to overload my luggage with books. I’m used to traveling light these days and most of my reading is done on Kindle. But I love … Continue reading

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Change is in the Air

Before leaving for my trip to NYC, I spoke with real estate agents, and my accountant. I knew it was time to stop sinking money into the bottomless pit that is my house, even though I love it and have … Continue reading

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