Progress, Not Resolutionby Lela Bay Did you ever wish that you really could start over at the New Year? That your old life would be whisked away, and you’d wake … Continue reading
I’m moving. It’s a move to a bigger, better house. It’s within the same town. Really, it’s all an upgrade with nearly no drawbacks. And yet, I find it stressful. … Continue reading
These were books I felt like I discovered, even if it later turned out that many of the best were already recognized in the genre. To me, they were new, and mine, and something I figured out. I don’t think that’s something I can duplicate for my daughter.
I’m A Double Agent For Love by M.M. Genet I have a secret. I live in two worlds. Half the people who know me from one world, don’t know my … Continue reading
When I wrote the horror romance, Artistic License, I was inspired by the art of the greats—Mondrian, Escher, Van Gogh. I was also inspired by the power art has to … Continue reading
I was reading a non-fiction book with the very long title Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected Forces That Shape How We Think, Feel, and Behave, which is all about unexpected … Continue reading