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Over time, I’ve found that expectations –and who we are and where we came from– color how we look at people. It also can make for some not-so-pleasant reactions toward others. It never ceases to amaze me how we can … Continue reading
I’m a visual and so inspiration for my stories usually comes from a movie or a TV show. In the case of my latest book, it came from a picture. A sultry, sexy, smoldering picture. It was probably around May … Continue reading
Music inspires me to write. It is such a large part of how I create that I nearly always have to wear my ear buds and listen to tunes when I’m serious about story. When I don’t, my creativity dries … Continue reading
Have you ever sat and watched tv and felt a cool brush of air against you? Or thought you saw someone pass by, out of the corner of your eye, only to look up and discover no one was there? … Continue reading