Getting Better is Not One Stop Shopping

on July 28, 2015

We who suffer from mood disorders very rarely realize that right off.  Usually, we look for other causes to the reasons for the betrayal of our body and our brain.  It doesn’t help when those causes exist.  For me, my very real thyroid condition masked the fact that my Winter Blues were turning into a

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Ten Years Ago: On the Road to RWA

on July 15, 2015

Feeling a little reminiscent today, so I was looking at my very early blogs.  I have been blogging for just about ten years, and when I looked at the ones that I wrote just about this time ten years ago, I had a little laugh, for a couple of reasons.  July 24th’s post is about heading

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The Emotions that Just Don’t Go Away

on July 14, 2015

I was sitting at my kitchen nook table after finishing my lunch, waiting for my granddaughters to show up for the weekend and thinking. About life. About how much I want to be strong for my family. How important it is to me to be who and what they need in my role as a

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Cool New Program from Harlequin!

on July 9, 2015

Have you read about this? I just read about this program through my publisher, Harlequin, and it seems to be really great!  We can earn books by reading books, and special gifts like autographed books, signature gift baskets or even Skype conversations with Harlequin Authors! -Lucy “Harlequin Introduces First-Of-Its-Kind Reader Rewards Program” Harlequin My Rewards Offers Readers Personalized

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Social Media: the Uncomfortable Dichotomy

on July 7, 2015

One of the most difficult things to accept as an author (and therefore something of a public figure) is that social media is not just about connecting with friends and interests. It’s about marketing. I struggle with this particularly because I’m that person. The one who wants to make a heart connection and who feels

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Change is Good!

on July 6, 2015

When writing the novellas for the 3 BRIDES FOR 3 BAD BOYS trilogy in 2005, I had no idea how different the world would become.  In 2005, Disneyland turned 50, my husband, Tom, turned 40.  I had been a published author for two years, and had no idea that books would be on electronic devices

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