I’m excited to finally be able to share with you the first book trailer for “My Letter to Fear: Essays on Life, Love and the Search for Prince Charming.” The video combines video snippets of me (don’t worry, they aren’t too long) and clips from the staged-reading in September (which still thrills me). Clips feature
I feel like this year really was about family in some new ways, and I thought that it deserved to be #1 on my list of favorite things. First, I got the chance to spend some quality time with many members of Andy’s family. I’ve enjoyed getting to know them, and we’ve had the added
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.
Raise your hand if you have ever wished that merely yelling “Do Over!” would allow you to make a different decision or take a different path? Whether it is to erase 20 years, or 20 minutes of poor life choices, “Do Over” could be a useful tool. Sure, you could undo some things that you
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
The boyfriend and I got into an interesting discussion the other night. He posed the question, “If you had to trade the esteem of everyone you will ever meet for an extraordinary amount of money, would you do it?” Naturally, I wanted some clarification before answering (because I’m a pain in the ass like that).
A couple of weeks ago, I saw an online post complaining about how all the two women (sitting behind the poster) would talk about was relationships. Essentially, the complaint was, “of all the things to talk about in the world—why talk about relationships?” This is not the first time I’ve seen the complaint. In fact,
If you have ever been single for a significant length of time (years, decades), more than likely you’ve set up some solitary patterns for the way you live your life. Yes, you may have friends who you incorporate into these patterns (activities, travel destinations, etc), but for the most part, you have been working out
I tend to scoff at concepts like fate. I don’t believe, for the most part, that the universe has a plan. I don’t look for signs. BUT there are moments when I wonder. Have you ever had a person consistently appear in your life? It could be someone you don’t really know, but he keeps