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Damn, I Did It Again

I’ve come up with what I believe is a new phrase for writer’s like me: “sender’s remorse.” This is the condition I enter just after I have hit “send” and realize I should have added to, changed, or edited my … Continue reading

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Don’t Reject Yourself

I wrote a short story. It’s a pretty far out fantasy, not what I normally do. Okay, it’s weird. But it’s a story I had to write. Now, where can I possibly place it? I tried a couple of markets … Continue reading

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Books For Mother’s Day: Dear Mother: Letters of Tribute and Remembrance and In Celebration of Mothers

Here is a book to treasure and to re-read again and again. It’s filled with every kind of emotion–grief, regret, guilt, but also connection, gratitude and hope. The stories touch on every religion from animism to Buddhism, or no religion … Continue reading

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Thoughts From the Editor

Today I’m interviewing Trisha Faye, the editor of the newly released anthology In Celebration of Sisters. Me: How did you come up with the idea for In Celebration of Sisters? Trisha: This newest anthology, In Celebration of Sisters, is a … Continue reading

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It’s Here!!

Hi, everybody. I’m delighted to announce that In Celebration of Sisters, the anthology that includes my essay about my sister, Mary, is now available. If you haveĀ a sister you love, or know someone who does, it will make a unique … Continue reading

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