Monthly Archives: February 2015


         “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.”~Maya Angelou           “For the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked … Continue reading

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Images. Thoughts. Let’s Have a Little Fun!

Yesterday, while I searched for a particular photo, several that popped up brought a line of poetry or a particular thought to mind. Of course, that’s nothing unusual since photos normally bring on an image of what’s going on, where … Continue reading

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Romance, Romance, Romance, All Day & All Night by Stephanie Queen

The life of a romance writer. Thinking, dreaming and if I’m ambitious, writing romance all day and all night. It’s a tough world out there–so I hear. But I’m mostly trapped inside my head thinking pink thoughts of happily ever … Continue reading

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My friend and fellow author of Main Street, Jill James, blogged about reading this month. Jill got me thinking, as she usually does, about what grabs me by the throat and reels me in when I first fall in love … Continue reading

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I Love Books

Now, since this is a writers blog it may seem a little Captain Obvious, but I really, really love books. Since this is the month of love with Valentine’s Day I thought I would share a little of my first love … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day (and check out my new release)

Valentine’s Day – one day a year that’s dedicated to the celebration of love. What better theme could there be for a romance novel? I’ve just released Forever Your Valentine, the third book in my Eastport series. The heroine of … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day–Love it or Leave it?

Valentine’s Day is this Saturday. I used to love it and looked forward to it with anticipation. But it’s lost its attraction over the past few years. Not because of anything the hubby has done or hasn’t done, but because … Continue reading

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