I can’t believe it is already Wednesday. My only excuse for not posting about Saturday’s event sooner is that I’m still processing—not because anything bad happened, but because so much good happened that I can’t quite get my brain around it yet. First, I have to thank everyone who came out to support the reading.
The reviews are in from Readers’ Favorite, and they like me! Okay, they like “My Letter to Fear (Essays on Life, Love and the Search for Prince Charming),” and that’s not really me (except, if you’ve read the book, you know that I’m pretty much in the middle of it all). If you want to
The earth moved today for two reasons: 1) there was an earthquake and 2) two new retailers are selling my book! Let’s welcome iTunes and Diesel! iTunes Diesel Update #1: More retailers are carrying “My Letter to Fear: Essays on Life, Love and the Search for Prince Charming” each day! The print version of the
If you are a long-time reader, you know that I have been working on a series of essays based on true stories—both mine and from a number of different women. What started out as a small project of about 20 perspective pieces swelled to 60 different essays on life, love and the search for Prince
I was puttering around in my room as the sounds of summer drifted up through the window. The general splashing and playing down by the pool gave way to the distinct sound of teenage girls chatting (or was it “catting”) it up as they lounged. None of this gave me any pause until suddenly I
As I sit here on a balcony overlooking the ocean, on this the first day of my 44th year of existence, I find myself musing about all the things I once planned for someday when my real life started. This kind of musing can be hard on those who are truly delicate flowers, but if