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  • Hi Anne, I think the biggest thing, really, is to keep an open mind/heart. You'll know when the right thing comes along and by this point in our lives, we're more awar...
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    Break Away I can’t stand sickness She’s always thinking of her Have to get away by the hands of Catherine Richardson Words changed Friend no more partner I’d expect...
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  • Hi Kathleen, Yes, I think this question may be a bit of a conundrum LOL. What I'm writing will be contemporary and I intend to weave the stories of several lives/cha...

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    Grocery Shopping During Covid-19 Instead of my usual little informative blogs, here is a story for you. Yesterday, at the grocery store, I walked around feeling as...
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    Hi, I am a former high school English teacher and am now writing historical fiction. I like to go camping with my husband, crochet, water color, Irish dance, garden, a...
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    I am having trouble with my kitchen these days. Do I have to call a plumber?

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  • Wonderful post. As I fall into the garden mode, I can't help but miss the last two gardens that I had to leave behind. I have to keep nudging myself out of sadness for gardens past, while learning to fully enjoy the new palette that I have to work with. Thank you for the enjoyable reminder. Patti
  • I'm still figuring this out, and it seems to change. In warmer months, it's under a tree in Central Park with my laptop. I'm so looking forward to that being an option...
  • I liked that suggestion about talking to teachers who might teach the book. I sent a copy of my novel, Devil's Kitchen, to a Japanese friend who'd encouraged me to wri...