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How Do I Love Playlists? Let Me Count the Ways

Long before I was a writer, I was a musician. It’s the steady thread that has woven throughout my life. Music runs in my family. My mother was a ballroom dancer, and even though she couldn’t carry a tune to … Continue reading

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Long Live the Dreaded Deadline

I truly do not know what I would do if there was no such thing as a deadline. Two options loom largest: 1) I’d never get started until the last minute; or 2) I’d keep futzing around with something, never … Continue reading

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Location, Location, Location

I’ve just completed a four-book series and am in the process of writing the third book of a five book series, the first two books of which have already been published by Soul Mate Publishing. Both series are specific to … Continue reading

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A Pretzel, Not a Breadstick

A Pretzel, Not a Breadstick I love baking! And since my mother passed away some seven years ago, I love preparing our family’s traditional German dishes whenever I can. Last weekend I attempted to make homemade pretzels from scratch. Not … Continue reading

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The Soul’s Friend

  I’m extremely lucky to be working with a young woman who does everything I’m unable to do – things such as social media, formatting of books for publication, the making ofbanners, posters, and bookmarks. Someone I can bounce off … Continue reading

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“Dying’s Easy, Comedy’s Hard”

  The above quote is credited as having been said by either the celebrated British Shakespearean actor of the early 19th century Edmund Kean, or the English actor Edmund Gwenn, known for his portrayal of Kris Kringle in the 1947 … Continue reading

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Sidetracked Again

I don’t know about you, but I’m easily sidetracked. At least, that’s been my m.o. for as long as I can remember. I love getting lost in my own anecdotal cul de sacs, but those kinds of adventures haven’t always … Continue reading

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