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Rise Up My Love. The Winter Is Past And Gone.

This time last year my legs were shaky, and I was swaddling around in uncertainties. Disappointed in the progress of my first book I was pondering over whether or not I had the stamina I needed to be the kind of writer that I desired to be.  Rise up my love. The winter is over, …

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Learning From The Past- An Introduction To This Year’s (2013) Walk On Series

Hello Everyone, I would like to thank you for your loyal support of my Walk On Series during the year of 2012.  It is an exhilarating feeling and an emotional high for me when I research the ladies I have chosen to learn about and pass on to you my reader. This is the first …

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The Next Big Thing

The Next Big Thing is a series of blog posts where authors talk about their work using the same ten questions.  At the end of the blog, we tag other authors who will do the same thing a week later.  So not only do you get to find out more about my upcoming book but …

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Here I Am Again

At one-minute pass midnight on November 1, 2012, NaNoWriMo began. NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month, and there are authors all over the world who participate. This was my third time participating.  The first two years I did not finish.  I would start only to tire out or become disgusted with what I was …

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And The Walls Came Tumbling Down

Mahalia Jackson sang, Joshua fit de Battle of Jericho, and her rendition of the song and the way she breathed life and spirit into the words with her voice made her famous all over the world.  Today, here in Europe, people still listen to Mahalia Jackson, and if you were to ask them who is …

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Reader Appreciation Award – Thanks To All Of You

Writing is as much a part of me as breathing. I cannot do without it. It permeates within my body and flows through my bloodstream with all of those red and white corpuscles that keep me alive. Therefore, it is always a joyous occasion for me, when a fellow writer, or in this case, writers …

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