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Sebastian met them at the door. “I’m so happy you could make it, Alaina.” He stuck out his hand and Alaina shook it. “Come in. Sarah’s doing some long word to the salad dressing.”
“Dork,” Rob gave his friend his standard greeting.
Sebastian didn’t even react, but Alaina whacked Rob on the stomach then raised one eyebrow.
He smirked. Yeah, abs of steel,…
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Why do women who have what they think other women want–the magical trifecta of ALL: husband, kids, big job―feel the need to tell women who don’t “have it all” (whether they want it or not) how to have (or “do”) this elusive ALL?
And why invent or repurpose words like “leaning in” or “satisficing”…Continue
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I have not found the warmth of the clear blue day. The beautiful golden yellow that used to color my life and my days seems gone, never to return. The excitement of wanting to know what is next, the thrill of finding out what is coming. The anticipation that used to accompany my waking every morning. No, I do not live there anymore. Now, I live in the colder black where everything is a challenge, every statement an opening…Continue
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I receive dozens of emails a day. Some is spam but most is something I need to actually look at and respond to. On occasion I get emails from people who have written blogs or such about how to write this or that. For instance: I got one today about writing death scenes in a book. It is a short article but I think it brings up really good points. You can find that here:…Continue
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“The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today.”
— Franklin D. Roosevelt
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