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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Getting Close

What’s that old saying about the light at the end of the tunnel? The light is getting brighter, Silver. The path is getting clearer. And you are getting closer. That’s all I’m saying, The Universe © http://www.tut.com ® Actually, Silver, … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: E=MC2

When this message from the Universe dropped into my inbox, I thought it fitting since yesterday’s Wednesday Words theme was **DREAMS**. And with all that mass, my brain went to Einstein’s theory of relativity: E=MC2. In the equation, the increased … Continue reading

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Dog Days of Monday

The problem with posting every Monday is coming up with a different title. This is the 1215 post since I moved to Word Press. That means that I’ve blathered on here 200+ Mondays. I have a good imagination, but c’mon! … Continue reading

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Dog Day Monday

This is what we call the Dog Days of Summer and we have a saying, “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity.” Dude, it’s both! Stepping outside is like walking into a steam bath. You want a sauna, go to … Continue reading

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Fly-away Monday

This is my last post for awhile. I considered pre-loading some posts for this week but I sort of ran out of time because I’m not the most organized person in the world. And I hit a hot streak on … Continue reading

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Wednesday Words: Don’t Gamble Your Life Away

It’s time to take a chance, place your bets, and, if you’re like the hero of my upcoming book, UNDER AN ASSASSIN’S MOON, time to lay down your cards when we spin the wheel and play with #1lineWed’s theme of … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal HEAs

Happy Ever Afters. The stock and trade of romance writers everywhere. That’s why I read romance. And why I write it. I’m there for the feel-good pay-off. And when I pick up a romance novel, I’m guaranteed at least a … Continue reading

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