For better or for worse?

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  Life is beginning to look like this: I’m told, by people who have had near-death experiences, that we have chosen the life we’re living.  We’ve “married” this piece of flesh until “death… Continue reading

Don’t look behind the curtain…

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Those famous words from The Wizard of Oz!  Yes, we’re living somewhere over the rainbow in the land of Oz and everything in the world is trying to eat us. Politicians have two… Continue reading

Sharing the pain of book 3

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I heard from my editor in South Africa.  What she’s been through in the last 5 years would make (Biblical) Job feel like he’d had it easy.  One day she’ll write about it… Continue reading

Book 3…ever so close!

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It’s so important to understand words. My editor emailed.  She’s ready to upload First Level of Hell:  The Mothers of Us All She only needed a few things…like an ISBN number, the rest… Continue reading

Gas

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I spent $82 dollars on gas this week, and wondered how other people avoid having a heart attack at the gas station. People are starting to use slower vehicles that don’t need gas.… Continue reading

Book 3…almost there!!!!

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Book 3, the first level of Hell:  The Mother of us All. EDITING COMPLETED!!! Next?  Formatting the interior and uploading the cover. If you look to the left, Books 1 & 2 (Blue… Continue reading

Being a writer

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When looking at the weather, I like a satellite view.  It’s so easy to watch the clouds swirling, and I can see from which direction the rain will be coming at me.  I… Continue reading

Mom’s “gloat” moment

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My son has been nominated for Georgia Author of the Year (Poetry).

Senseless Sarcasm : Out of town

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I’ve been told, “Never advertise when you’re going out of town. Considering the fact that my other half and 9 dogs will be watching the place, I doubt there will be anything to… Continue reading

Senseless Friday Sarcasm : The price of gas

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Down to my last 2 drafts of books in the 20 book series.  Why do I call them “drafts?” They’re roughed out but still need to be polished. It’s time to celebrate…by complaining… Continue reading