Don’t Let the Trauma Define You

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At some point in life, some people stop being self-conscious talking about themselves and speak more publicly in hopes of helping others. I have reached that point. I realized this after recording an interview for Darlene Corbett's wonderful podcast, Tap Into the Power of U. One reason I chose PR as my initial career was … Continue reading Don’t Let the Trauma Define You

HAHG Blog Tour: Day 7

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The Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Blog Tour wraps up with a bang: two reviews on leading book review sites, Allieereads out of Australia and Emma and Her Books in the UK. Thanks to both bloggers, and all the bloggers who participated, for making my first ever blog tour a smashing success! Book Review on Allieereads … Continue reading HAHG Blog Tour: Day 7

HAHG Blog Tour: Day 6

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The Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Blog Tour continues with a review of my Contemporary Women's Fiction story on Savvy Verse & Wit in the U.S. We then jump across the pond to the U.K. where Book Inspector hosts my guest post. Book Review on Savvy Verse & Wit Savvy Verse & Wit writes about Horseshoes … Continue reading HAHG Blog Tour: Day 6

HAHG Blog Tour: Day 5

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(Fun Photo Friday will resume next week, once the Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Blog Tour is done.) Book Review on A Little Book Problem I can't thank Julie at A Little Book Problem enough for her glowing review of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades. Here are a few excerpts: "This is a book for anyone who … Continue reading HAHG Blog Tour: Day 5

“Horrifying at the Right Moments”

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This reader review of my book Horseshoes and Hand Grenades is from a few weeks ago, but I'm just now finding time to post it. (I've been moving.) I completely respect the reviewer's different take on modern sexuality, and appreciate that the story of Astrid and Shelby resonated with her. Here's her review: Great read … Continue reading “Horrifying at the Right Moments”