Tag Archives: connection

The Numbers Game

I sometimes fixate on numbers that are not constructive to my writing. Rankings and ratings, views and followers. This data can be helpful. It can give me valuable insight into how best to connect with my readers. Marketing is all … Continue reading

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A Heartfelt Thanks

This week has been so busy with release activities, I almost forgot today’s blog post! But never fear, here it is 🙂 Short and sweet, I want to use this post to simply say, “Thank you.” Thank you to the … Continue reading

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Messages from the Universe

Here’s a quick little post about the Universe once again giving me some feedback 🙂 Last night, I gave myself a bit of a break and played some video games in front of the TV (decadent!). I have so many … Continue reading

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Family Matters

I spent hours trying to write a blog post about family for this week. Hours. And in the end, I realized that the question is too important to me to try to fit all of my thoughts into one blog … Continue reading

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Remembering Challenger

A while back, I blogged about watching the first space shuttle launch while standing in a small patch of trees lining the water across from Cape Canaveral. I had no idea what my dad was so excited about or why … Continue reading

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A “Luminous” Post

I make it no secret that I am friends with A.E. Ash. I’ve already mentioned her once here in this space. We share our writing journeys with each other as well as the day-to-day realities of our existence. Having a … Continue reading

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Wandering Soul Backstory – Winston

One of the most beloved characters in Wandering Soul is Winston. He’s in charge of Elsa’s house—ordering groceries online, hiring and overseeing cleaning and gardening crews, and taking care of the cooking and laundry. On paper, his job is listed … Continue reading

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A Season of Light, A Season of Darkness

I love that so many cultures celebrate light during the darkest days of winter. We string up electric lights, snuggle near fireplaces, and gather around the hearth to share food, drink, and stories of our experiences. A few years ago, … Continue reading

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Starting with Love

Before I can really dive into the plot of a new project, I usually need to map out the relationship between the hero and heroine. Once I have a handle on what obstacles they’re facing, the very compelling reasons they … Continue reading

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Those We Love

When I wonder what to work on next, I usually look to my characters for the answer. Which of them is in the worst state right now? Who is enduring the most emotional turmoil? Is anyone in mortal danger? What … Continue reading

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