Category Archives: WRITING

2018 October Reads and Unfinished Deeds

After I returned from China, I dove into listening to audio books, finishing two hardbacks, and reading ebooks. September and October turned into story-drenched months with new releases and old finds. The status of the second Ravenscar shifter book? It’s … Continue reading

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My 2018 Reads that Include a FREE Book and Camp NaNo Brag

I love talking about my current fave books, almost as much as I love to brag. Permit me to start with myself or scroll down to discover your next fun read. I went to Camp NaNoWriMo in July and met … Continue reading

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Writing Status July 2018 and IDENTITY ISSUES

A busy July! Between Native American music at the Bowers, life assessments, Mandarin lessons and buying Identity Issues for a super deal, I sprinted and am ahead of schedule to meet my Camp Nano goal. I aim to finish a new … Continue reading

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Deals and Steals on Two Fantasies and Three Mysteries

My reading list just exploded! I discovered several new releases or novels with their price slashed and wanted to share them with you. It’s summer time at the beach or in departure lounges where one really needs a good book … Continue reading

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Jacqueline Diamond’s THE CASE OF THE DESPERATE DOCTOR is on Pre-Order!

Jacqueline’s medical mystery novel The Case of the Desperate Doctor will be released on May 15th! This is the third book in the Safe Harbor Medical mysteries. USA Today best-selling author Jacqueline Diamond has sold more than 100 novels, including romantic … Continue reading

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Elijah and a Festival of Creative Women

I attended Mendelssohn’s Elijah concert Saturday at CSUF Clayes Performing Arts Center. Conducted flawlessly by John Alexander, I was mesmerized by the singers, the choir, and the orchestra. I’ve not seen Elijah performed live before and boy, am I a fan … Continue reading

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April Family Time in Oceanside, California

We siblings grew up near the beach and something in us hungers to return. Even my mother, born and raised in Kansas, longs to watch the ocean during the day, walk the coastline, and fall asleep to the sound of … Continue reading

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