Tag Archives: Carole Ann Moleti

It’s Hard to Say Goodbye: To My Characters

The melancholy returned as I went about my business and realized that there is a part of me in every single one of them–and that there are pieces of the challenges I face in each of their’s. Continue reading

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Synchronicities

I’m fascinated with the concept of synchronicity, a term coined by Karl Jung. He postulated that seemingly random coincidences are, in reality, part of the collective unconscious–essentially communication with other realms of being. Albert Einstein was one of his acquaintances, … Continue reading

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Lucky Thirteen

Lucky Thirteen I’ve never found the number 13, or even Friday the 13th to be unlucky. On the other hand, Wednesdays tend to be the typical day of disaster for me, with some notable exceptions like the 9-11 terrorist attacks, … Continue reading

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Incomplete Encounters and Split Personalities

My life is one giant incomplete encounter. There is never enough time to restore order in the house, to spend with my family, or to do my writing or marketing. The house is never really clean; the stages of disarray range from pretty under to control to hopeless. Continue reading

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Carole Ann is in the House! Please Welcome Carole Ann Moleti to the Blogathon!

Today I’ve got Carole Ann Moleti at the Blogathon! And she’s doing a fun giveaway, so stay tuned for that. Please give her a big shout-out! Carole Ann, tell us all about you! What would you most like your readers … Continue reading

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Calling on Carole: Confessions of a Panster

Mike and Liz Keeny are newlyweds, new parents, and the proprietors of the Barrett Inn, an 1875 Victorian on Cape Cod, which just happens to be haunted. By their own ghosts. The Inn had become an annex of Purgatory, putting … Continue reading

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