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life lessons blog

If Only Laughter Was the Best Medicine

The topic for this week’s Marketing for Romance Writer’s 52-week Blog Hop is Life Lessons in My Book. Initially, the thought of a life lesson brought forth images of a deep meaningful message like that usually portrayed in a women’s fiction novel. Granted, I often get into the mood to immerse myself in such a serious read, but as you may notice, most of my books fall in the a little less than serious side. Although there are some life lessons that inevitably leak into my stories and most of these lessons can be applied to everyday, serious and shudder normal non-magical life.
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best friends

Can You Have More Than One Best Friend? #MFRW

MFRW Blog Challenge best friendWhen I found out I was having twins girls, the first thing that came to my mind was that they would always have a best friend.

Over the years I’ve had several people I would consider as a best friend, and often more than one.

The #MFRW Blog Challenge this week is entitled, “Meet My Best Friend.” So let me introduce you to a few people I consider my best friends.  Continue reading

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MFRW Blog Challenge on the four seasons

A few of my favorite things…are in my basement #MRFW

So I did it. I stepped up, or rather sat down, and joined the Marketing For Romance Writers (MFRW) 52 week blog challenge. I admit I’ve gotten a little lazy on consistent blog posts and often neglect my own poor blog. 

No more. I’ve made the commitment! So every Friday. Yes, I realize this is Saturday. I said I made the commitment, I didn’t say I was quite on the ball for 2017 yet. As I was saying, Every Friday, I’ll have a post up related to the suggested topic, and so will all the other authors participating. 

This week, it’s about a few of my favorite things. (You’re welcome—the song has been stuck in my head and now I’m sharing it with you.)

I pondered this a few minutes. How I could narrow my favorite things down to a only a few? Then I realized that I have most of them…in my basement.  Continue reading

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