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Are you suffering from the winter doldrums? I know I did this winter, and I’ve discovered the cure at N. N. Light’s Book Heaven Shake Off Winter Doldrums Book Festival. 33 books featured plus a chance to win one of the following: Enter to win a $50 Amazon (US) or Barnes and Noble Gift Card Enter to win a $50 Amazon (US) or Barnes and Noble Gift Card Enter to win a $25 Amazon (US) or Barnes and Noble Gift Card Enter to win a $15 Amazon (US) or Barnes and Noble Gift Card Enter
In my humble opinion, exercise is a vital ingredient to keep the muse and writer healthy. This week's topic: Types of exercise I enjoy. Did you hear my shout of joy over this topic? Even with arthritis and other various injuries, I manage to get in my daily exercise. It clears the cobwebs within my mind, helps me plot, and not only is it fabulous for my body, exercise is a tonic for my spirit. 1. Walking. This simple exercise has helped me tremendously with solving plot issue
Allow me to share a story with you… One of our Australian authors within my publishing house, The Wild Rose Press Inc., reached out to our CEO and to the authors with a plan to put together a collection of short stories for charity for his country. Never did Stephen B. King envision so many would respond. He'd hoped to get maybe a handful, but ended up with 48 authors scrambling to help him out (this is why I love my publishing house so much), including me! Yep! I put togethe
Medieval Monday's theme of "celebrations" concludes today, and we've returned home to my own story, To Weave A Highland Tapestry. As a special bonus, I've expanded the final scene to give you a teaser into my next work-in-progress, Magnar: The Wolves of Clan Sutherland coming this summer! I hope you've enjoyed this round of Medieval Monday. Excerpt from TO WEAVE A HIGHLAND TAPESTRY Lifting his arms outward, the druid proclaimed in a loud voice, “As we greet the longest night,
Most of us can remember this saying, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never harm me...." I used to sing the tune when I was a child. When I was grown, I spouted it often to my children. They'd come home from school, hurt and frustrated from a harsh (and sometimes cruel) remark made by one of the other children. I continued to soothe their pain by telling them that the mean words could not hurt them. In a sense, I was wrong. Words can harm a person's soul.
Absolutely overjoyed to have three books and one series nominated for the 2019 Paranormal Romance Guild 2019 Awards! It's a great honor, and one I'm sharing with so many talented and wonderful authors, too. Yet I need your help with votes. If you can spare a moment, please hop on over to the Paranormal Romance Guild HERE and cast your vote (only one time) for the following in each category: GHOSTS/HORROR/PARANORMAL/URBAN/FANTASY/FOLKLORE/MYTHOLOGY/OCCULT/MYSTERY/SCI-FI: Desti
I wish I could bottle the energy of the holidays and sprinkle it around during the year. The love and light tends to be brighter during the season. I’m celebrating… Laughter from grandchildren. Twinkling lights on a Christmas tree. Listening to carols on the radio. Hot chocolate on a cold, rainy day. Smiles from passing strangers. These are a few of my favorite things… Winter Solstice celebrations have begun! Light the Yule log and pass a cup of mead around. Or if you prefer,