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A BOOK REVIEW OF COACHING DAD, by Fred Phillips

Fred Phillips’s time-travel, Coaching Dad, takes us from 2010 San Diego, to 1948, Hamptonville, a small town not far from Long Island. When we first meet the main character, Charles, his life is in shambles. His ex-wife divorces him for … Continue reading

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SIGNS THAT YOU’RE A WRITER…

  When I used to work as a graphic designer, most people outside the industry had a glamorized image of what the job entailed. I find the same thing is true when I tell people I’m a writer. The image doesn’t fit … Continue reading

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MORE SELF-PUBLISHING ON AMAZON!

I’ve been lax. I haven’t lit up the blogosphere with any inspirational witticisms or photos over the past few weeks, or written anything for my Publishing on Amazon series. I’ve been working on The Tattooed Angel and Lord knows I can’t do more than one thing at a … Continue reading

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My First Six Weeks as a Self-Published Author…

I didn’t hit the Stratosphere with book sales or receive any lucrative film options, but my first six weeks as a self-published author has been encouraging. I elected to publish through Amazon’s KDP program for the first three months and since I’m about … Continue reading

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Why Insanity Helps

This needs no further explanation…

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The Devil’s Own Luck

If you read my last blog you know that I’ve written a couple of Regency Romances. The Devil’s Own Luck is a sequel to The Bewitching Hour. I’ve posted the first few pages. Hope you like it! Prologue  France 1812, Ten … Continue reading

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The Bewitching Hour

I have a confession to make. I’ve written a couple of Romances. Not just Romances, but Regency Romances. If you’re not familiar with the Regency Era in England (1811-1820)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Regency just know that society was expected to offer tea to everyone who came to … Continue reading

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It Was a Dark and Stormy Night

Apologies–Some of my readers aren’t able to view the photo in at the end of this blog and for those who can’t, this little romance will make no sense whatsoever. Please bear with me until can I get it corrected (not much chance ’cause I … Continue reading

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The Longterm effects of Gravity and Other Things About Turning 50 That Suck

I managed to get through my forties relatively unscathed. A few lines around my eyes, a little bit of cellulite here and there. Nothing devastating. Then I turned 50.  And everything changed. Did you know that after you turn 50 … Continue reading

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Headless Heroes

Is it just me or has anyone else noticed a shortage of heads lately? The first time it caught my attention was when our son got married a few years ago. Actually, that’s not accurate. Despite the fact that the wedding was on Halloween, … Continue reading

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