Cowboys & Highlanders: Gotta Love ‘Em!

on September 30, 2015

As September winds down and the yummy days of fall come on with their gorgeous colors and crisp scents, I wanted to take a minute to highlight some new installations to book series from some of my favorite authors and guests at my End of Summer Book Bash on Facebook.  Let’s all settle in with a

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The Messages We Want to See

on September 29, 2015

Social Media is full of inspirational messages. You know what I’m talking about.  Those neat little quote pictures that show up in our newsfeeds on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, & Instragram.  Life is about change.  Believe in you and watch the magic happen. There are seven days in the week, Someday isn’t one of them. I

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The Story of Us

on September 15, 2015

It will come as no surprise to many of you that in this Tango of 3 Steps Forward, 2 Steps Back in my journey toward wellness, some of those steps have been taken in my marriage.  Both Tom and I have struggled with the reality of my depression and his ADD and well, nearly three

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Musings From the Front Porch

on September 14, 2015

As I have traveled on this journey as an author, I have been so fortunate to get to know and connect with many of my readers, but as real as I try to be, there’s no denying I hold a certain part of myself back.  I wanted a place I could share that part of

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Audiobook Giveaway on Facebook

on September 11, 2015

I was so excited to receive two copies of the audiobook ENTHRALLED in the mail recently that I decided to give one away! It features three bestselling authors: Alyssa Day, Meljean Brook and myself. The Facebook giveaway is active until Monday, September 14th. Click on the link below and comment on the giveaway post letting me

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Learning I am Enough

on September 9, 2015

I was in my mid to late twenties when I realized that maybe my dad was a broken person and maybe he had loved me after all. That means I grew up with the bone deep belief and held that same bone deep belief into my late twenties that my dad did not love me.

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