Monthly Archives: April 2011

Written Sins – Sin #1 – Believe you me

So I’ve come up with my own version of a Writers seven deadly sins. Especially since I seem to be stumbling over so many of them on my way to ‘fame & fortune’.  *cough cough* This week I’m talking about … Continue reading

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Red Hot Review of author Devin O’Branagans Red Hot Property

“A well-written and entertaining novel…will remind readers of Janet Evanovich’s wildly successful Stephanie Plum novels.”  –ForeWord Magazine   “RED HOT PROPERTY is sassy and simply entertaining…”  -Women Writers Worldwide   Molly O’Malley is a plucky rookie real estate agent who’s … Continue reading

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Better late than never

Ever had one of those epiphical type moments?  (hey if J.K. can use disapparate, I’m using epiphical and cherubian.) Anyhoo, I had one of those moments yesterday. I’m working on this piece and I’m pushing myself and going outside my … Continue reading

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A Poem and Fun Fact Friday!

This week I completed my Victim Service Volunteer Training. It was 40hrs in total and has kept me from writing until now. What is it? We are the ones called to assist trauma victims with coping and provide support lines … Continue reading

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Book Review of Into the West: Westward Yo!

 Tina Harker is a typical teenager. She loves hanging with her friends at the malls, shoes, and manicures. More than that, she loves horses. Life is everything she wants it to be, until her father packs their family up and … Continue reading

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