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Mom Genes

Mom Genes

I may be a blogging failure but I have been banging out the books. I am gearing up to publish my fifth novel, Mom Genes. This is a standalone complimentary novel to Go On, Girl. I am going to publish on March 24, but it is available for pre-order now on all book platforms – Amazon, Nook, Apple, Kobo Big Little Lies meets Class Mom The meddling moms of Forest River live for a good scandal. Speculation surrounding Claire Conroy’s…

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Going to Carolina in my Mind

Going to Carolina in my Mind

Do you believe in coincidences? Do you believe in signs? I believe in the second, but not the first. I really don’t think anything happens by accident. I think life is a series of actions and reactions, most of which we may not understand or realize until much later. And as for signs, I feel them all the time, everywhere I go. Today, July 16th, marks the 7th anniversary of our sweet boy, Alex’s passing. as I hope you remember,…

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My new obsession

My new obsession

I knew it was inevitable. After all, it happens to everyone, eventually. Yet, I thought I had more time.. But as my mother loves to point out, I’m not twenty-five years old anymore. And while she’s correct, and even though her words hurt and make me feel twenty years past, I usually do a fairly good job of ignoring the facts. Until something dramatic happens… Like not being able to button my favorite jeans, because there is a belly going…

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40 books for $0.99

40 books for $0.99

I’ve spent the past nineteen years of my working in the corporate world. Did you know I recently switched jobs and now I am a government gal? Well, that’s a post for another day… But know one thing, I am much happier now! While I loved a lot about my corporate gig, I hated the cutthroat environment that came with the territory. I much prefer the creative space. I’ve said it so often, but it needs to be said again….

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Big City Small World

Big City Small World

In a city where over eight million people are walking around at any moment, this happened…. “I’m going to make your day,” my mom said to me on the phone, earlier this week. “Okay,” I replied curiously. “I was on the phone with Barbara last night. And she told me the most amazing story.” Barbara, a resident of Manhattan, is my mom’s oldest friend and my favorite. I have known her my entire life. “So, Barbara was walking in the…

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