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The Hunt

October is well underway, which makes me all sorts of warm and tingly. The Hunt is gearing up, the veil is coming down and the world is even more crowded than ever before. I love the way the air thrums … Continue reading

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13 Types of Paranormal Creatures

My newest WIP deals intimately with all things paranormal, from the lively sport of Rugging (think skateboarding up in the air on doormats) to living stone gargoyles that pepper the sky and always have some history to tell. And of … Continue reading

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The Business Of Publishing- A Writers Take

Writing a killer novel is just a tiny facet of the whole shinny deal, the rest is work, and the hardest part happens before you even land that book deal.   How do I know? I’ve spent hours researching the … Continue reading

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Empowered In Black

Nancy huddled deeper into her hoodie and stared out her window. A brisk morning breeze blew dead leave across the gravel road and she could hear the crisp rasp they made even through the glass. Another shiver rolled down her … Continue reading

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With Gilded Wings of Paper

With wings of gilded paper and a scepter of silver graphite I ready myself to take the leap from this world to the next. Terror, cold in my veins and hot in my chest, sends pain shooting down my spine … Continue reading

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A Warrior’s Blessing

Sometimes kids say the cutest things, other times they can be unintentionally rude or hurtful. Still other times, their lack of verbal filter can open someone’s heart and lighten a burdened soul. My three-year old daughter, full of a sense … Continue reading

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Sun Rises

As the sun rises over the crest of fall-blushed hills, I realize that it’s time to put aside the follies of summer and prepare for the renewal of winter. This rings true for both the physical mundane chores and the … Continue reading

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