Monthly Archives: March 2015

Happy St. Patrick’s day. Celebrate with an Irish Romance

Happy St Patrick’s Day—a day we all celebrate being a little Irish whether we are or not. Although my husband’s ancestory is Irish which means my children can also claim that heritage, I am not. My ancestors on both sides … Continue reading

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Writing rituals

Writers have rituals of creating the right frame of mind before putting any words on a page. Writers are known for their craziness. To prove that point, a few examples:  Jack Kerouac touched the ground nine times before writing. Steinbeck … Continue reading

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View from the Boot: A Writer’s View

I am still sitting in my recliner with my boot serving as my anchor. I completed NJRW challenge.  I wrote over 35,000 words in a month.  It certainly helped passed the time and became a very productive time. NJRW has … Continue reading

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View from the boot: A Writer’s view

VIEW FROM THE BOOT 1 I am ensconced in a leather loveseat, which also is a double recliner. My foot, wrapped in a heavy,ugly black boot, is propped up on pillows so is “above my heart” Here I will sit … Continue reading

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