Monthly Archives: December 2013

Goodbye 2013, Hello 2014

So many changes in one year! The last thing I expected to be at the end of 2012 was a published author with not one, but six books published in 2013, and all of those books soon to be available in … Continue reading

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A Visit from Santa

Last night I went over to my daughter’s house for the annual family get-together and a visit from a very special guest. My daughter has four children–8,7,6, and 4 and a half. My 7 year old grandnephew and my 6 … Continue reading

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Do You Believe in Angels? I Do.

A few years ago, I had an experience that changed me, and the way I look at life. I ended up in the hospital with a staff aureus infection in the chest wall just above my right breast. None of … Continue reading

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Holiday Magic and Christmas

Christmas is all about love. The first two books in my Holiday Magic Series were written with the holidays in mind. Everything is possible at Christmas when love and goodwill abounds. Christmas is my favorite time of year. I’m a … Continue reading

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Look Who Dropped By Today: Bethany-Kris

Thanks Bethany-Kris for joining us today. What’s a typical writing day like for you?  A Day in My Writing Life… Very rarely do I ever get a full day of writing in. I am, after all, the mother of an … Continue reading

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Look Who Dropped By Today: Robyn Neeley

Robyn Neeley,author of the popular Crimson Romance book, Destination Wedding has dropped by to tell us all about her latest book, Christmas Dinner.  Hi Robyn, thanks for stopping by and bringing along this delicious fudge recipe!   About RobynRobyn Neeley … Continue reading

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Look Who Dropped By Today! Christy Newton

Check out Christy Newton’s latest book, Trust Again.  Once broken, can the heart really trust again? Dreams of escaping her small town brought Ellie Oliver to New York only to find that life there wasn’t all she’d hoped. Seven years … Continue reading

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