Monthly Archives: May 2016

Raising happy children

“Life affords no greater responsibility, no greater privilege, than the raising of the next generation.”~ Everett Koop How do we help our children become happy and healthy adults while promoting well being, positivity, and connection as they are growing up … Continue reading

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Procrastination

All good intentions don’t always come to completion. Sometimes I’m the worse procrastinator. I sit at my desk and look at a stack of bills, my to-do list, and a long string of emails to answer. I get up, make … Continue reading

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Advice to Romance Readers by Stephanie Queen

Today, I’m going to take the opportunity to spout off pontificate preach delight  whatever communicate to readers of romance. I love to talk, but since I’m a writer, I’ll write you all a letter. Of advice. With my sincerest crazy … Continue reading

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Where Do Writers Get Their Ideas

When of the most common questions people ask writers is where we get our ideas. Usually, my ideas come from living. My latest idea came from my first author visit. My sister is a reading specialist at Polaris High School, … Continue reading

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Letting go

When our son was about two, I looked at my husband and said something like: “He’s either going to be a Monk or a Navy Seal”. Both options frightened me in that doting kind of way mothers have for their … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th

When I was a very young child of a very superstitious Irish mom I looked toward Friday the 13th with fear and anguish. We avoided ladders, broken mirrors, and black cats with a passion. We threw salt over our shoulders … Continue reading

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Mama Wants A(nother) Tattoo

I got my first tattoo in my late forties. It was my daughter’s idea. A talented artist since childhood, she designed an open heart we could share – a mother/daughter special secret. She got hers behind one ear. I, the … Continue reading

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