Spring Cannot Be Denied Paranormal-Scope

 

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No matter how much we may hurt inside. Spring has arrived in many places to soothe our hearts in these awful times.  Cherry blossoms are blooming in Japan and have already bloomed in Washington D.C. Wear a mask and gloves. Stay distant from others. Wash your hands, and please, stay home if you can. Believe you can do this.

While you’re staying safe at home, it’s fun to let the mind escape. Visit my author page on Amazon to see all my books. https://www.amazon.com/Susan-Hanniford-Crowley/e/B004YXOGXG/

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.

The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.

Aries:
Elves are cleaning out the clutter from their home. Why not do the same!

Taurus:
Unicorns are observing humans washing everything and their hands. The unicorns dance.

Gemini:
Aslan walks the land again to give hope. Don’t watch the news constantly it will hurt your energy and sleep. Live a hopeful life.

Cancer:
The enchanted pug is walking down the street. Luck is coming your way.

Leo:
Faeries are straightening the pebbles in their path. You may have obstacles now, but let this time be used to develop a strategy to clear the way.

Virgo:
Elves use the alone time to go over records both financial and family histories. Use your time as wisely as an elf.

Libra:
Then there are those elves who are baking cookies, freezing them, and baking more. Do you enjoy baking? This may be the time to start.

Scorpio:
Mermaids are singing. Time to relax, put on the earbuds, or headphones and enjoy music.

Sagittarius:
Bees understand harmony. Try to get over misunderstandings with those closest to you. Harmony in a household helps everyone. If you are alone, reach out by phone to a friend or relative.

Capricorn:
Dolphins are leaping. Their energy is similar to yours. You are building momentum towards your goals.

Aquarius:
The ghosts of your past float down your street. Don’t open your door. It isn’t necessary. Let the past be behind you.

Pisces:
Dragons understand planetary cycles. Sometimes you just have to set out the bad times in your cave, so make your home as comfortable as you can.

For the latest from the CDC, visit here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html

-Susan
Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
www.susanhannifordcrowley.com
Where love burns eternal and whispers in the dark!

New Release: The Vampire with a Blanket of Stars, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 3 available in Amazon Print and Kindle!
Vampire Princess of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 2 available in Kindle! In Amazon Print! In Barnes and Noble Print!
Vampire King of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 1 now in Kindle and Print!
Vampire in the Basement, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 4 available in Kindle.
Poseidon’s Catch (mythology romance) available in Kindle.
Mrs. Bright’s Tea Room (steampunk romance) available in Kindle.
A Vampire for Christmas, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 3 available in Kindle.
The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 2 available in Kindle and Print and Barnes and Noble Print
When Love Survives, Vampires in Manhattan Book 1 available in Kindle, Nook, Kobo and Smashwords and iBooks (on Apple devices).
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It’s the Little Things that Matter During the Coronavirus Pandemic By Susan Hanniford Crowley

The little things we do can help us and others so much.  Recently I wrote a special blog for my publisher Soul Mate Publishing. Here is the link: https://smpauthors.wordpress.com/2020/03/29/5-secrets-to-a-happier-self-isolation-by-author-susan-hanniford-crowley/
I hope it’s helpful and relieves some stress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Facebook, I’ve been posting the progress of the miniature rose bush on my desk. Here is how it looks now.

I’ve sent messages and emails to friends. I video chat with my grandchildren. They have more funny faces to put on than I do. I will have to find out what app they are using.

Yes, I am still hanging out some times at Concellation. There are over 25 thousand people there online now.  It is the biggest science fiction/fantasy/cosplay/horror/steampunk con (short for convention) on Earth and growing. You just go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/concellation/ and join their Facebook group. Leave any time you want.  Feel free to add your comment or post a topic and start a thread of discussion. It’s fun. It makes me feel better and gives me another thing to participate in.

Have fun in your life! Stay safe.

-Susan
Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
www.susanhannifordcrowley.com
Where love burns eternal and whispers in the dark!

New: The Vampire with a Blanket of Stars, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 3 available in Amazon Print and Kindle!
Vampire Princess of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 2 available in Kindle! In Amazon Print! In Barnes and Noble Print!
Vampire King of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 1 now in Kindle and Print!
Vampire in the Basement, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 4 available in Kindle.
Poseidon’s Catch(mythology romance) available in Kindle.
Mrs. Bright’s Tea Room (steampunk romance) available in Kindle.
A Vampire for Christmas, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 3 available in Kindle.
The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 2 available in Kindle and Print and Barnes and Noble Print
When Love Survives, Vampires in Manhattan Book 1 available in Kindle, Nook, Kobo and Smashwords and iBooks (on Apple devices).
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For The Love Of…Discovering The Writer In You

For The Love Of…Discovering The Writer In You

by Artemis Crow

 

Maya Angelou is one of my favorite writers. The beauty of her poetry, the wisdom of her words speak to my heart as few others have. Perhaps I will never speak to others as she has to me, but I can take her words and clutch them to my heart as I write my stories in hopes they become transformative. So, borrowing Maya’s words (in bold), I want to write about discovering the writer in you.

With so many people in the country sheltering in place, you may find time on your hands. Have you ever desired to write a story? A poem? A memoir? Maya says:

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. 

 If you have a story, why not write the outline, the story question that’s been stuck in your mind, coming to the fore occasionally, only to be jammed to the back again when home, work, family demands your time? Tell that untold story, or at least get the idea on paper for now so you can turn to it and show it a little love in the quiet times.

I’ve learned that I still have a lot to learn.

 Oh, boy, was this ever the case when I made the decision to write. So much to learn that I faltered a few times when my self-confidence tapped me on the shoulder and asked for a long time-out. Light at the end of the tunnel? Hah, that’s not just a saying. It felt very dauntingly real for months, even years as I studied craft and wrote two books that will never be released. But, one day, you will see the craft in the writing of your favorite authors. You’ll go, “Aha, that’s the inciting incident!”

We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.

 Let’s be perfectly frank here. Writing is hard. I know, I know. That’s one of those insufferable lines that people tell you, like “When it’s true love, you’ll just know.” Unfortunately, they were right about love, and I’m right about writing. Egads, there was so much to learn; I had no idea. That’s because the authors I loved were so good at writing, that it seemed seamless. I’ll be the first to admit, I actually told my husband, “I think I’ll write a book. It can’t be that hard.” Grimacing here. So trust me when I say, if you haven’t been writing, or have never written a book, gird your loins, there’s a lot to do and to learn to achieve the beauty and glory of your favorite authors. But you can do it!

If you’re always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be.

 I adore this quote so, so much, and it speaks to writing in a specific way…voice. Voice seems elusive, and it can take a while for you to find that unique way you have of telling a story. You will find it though and when you do, revel in it. Don’t try to write a passage exactly like another author. Each of us has a unique life experience, a unique way we see the people and things around us, a unique way that we interpret the social cues coming at us daily. Channel that uniqueness into your writing and you will be a long way toward becoming a writer that readers will recognize on the first page. Voice is to be celebrated!

You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.

Never more true than with writing. The more you write, the better you get at it. The Great American Novel is not going to spring out of you and onto the page without a lot of words before it. So write. Write poetry, short stories, micro-stories, novelettes, novellas. Write a sentence using refrigerator magnets, anything, just write. It will take time, it will take patience, so give yourself permission to suck, and I mean really suck at writing for a while. It will happen!

Whatever you want to do, if you want to be great at it, you have to love it and be able to make sacrifices for it. 

 You can’t force yourself to spend the time learning and writing if you don’t find something to love about it. It took me a while, but I grew to love it. Enough to carry me through the years it took to get better at writing and develop the world for my series. I’ve sacrificed time and money, I’ve sweated bullets over a whole group of scenes, only to delete them in the final editing. You have to be willing to put your ego aside, while at the same time, developing a thick skin when you finally release a book. And you must continue to do that with every book you put out.

Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away.

There’s nothing I enjoy more than having a scene, a moment, steal my breath. As you write, strive for those moments in your stories. Take your own breath away, and you will surely steal that of your readers. Those moments are precious and lead me to Maya’s next saying that is so critical:

I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

For me, that is the ultimate goal in my writing. I want my readers to feelwhen they finish my books. When I read a book and go to review it, I delve less into the actual story, but how it made me feel. Isn’t that what a great story does? When you write the first draft, just get the story down. Don’t worry about perfection. That’s what the rewrites are for—finding the places where you can insert the scenes that will make your readers, laugh, cry, squirm (depending on your genre). Make it true to the story and characters, of course, but when it’s true your readers will feel it. A great way to know that you’ve succeeded even before the release of the book? The scene makes you feelevery time you read it!

If one is lucky, a solitary fantasy can totally transform one million realities.

I think of all the measures of success I can envision, this is the big one for me. That I can take the seed of an idea, write it and touch people’s lives. I think that’s a goal for any artist. I know that Maya Angelou touched so many hearts and minds; I hope that by using her words to talk about writing, I have inspired you to give it a try. There’s little that feels as good as holding your book in your hands, making that first sale, getting your first rave review. So I encourage you to take that solitary fantasy, write it out, and transform a million realities!

 

May your words flow freely,

Artemis

 

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Don’t Panic

Panic. If I could use one word to sum up a theme for the world over the past couple weeks, this would be the word. And of course my day job just happens to be I the Financial industry so there is no shortage of panic there either. I don’t want to belittle this latest coronavirus as I do see it as an issue, we, the world, need to take seriously, but I also realize we cannot control every possible variable.

I am a planner by nature. In fact, one of the only things I find it difficult to plan is my writing. I like control and I like contingency plans. I also know when I simply have to let go. I know we can prepare as best as possible in many situations but even then, we may miss something. As such, I am amazed to see how illogical some of the reactions are to this recent outbreak. From the evidence thus far, this virus is not the end of the world. Will it have some impact globally? Absolutely. But that doesn’t mean we need to cash out our life savings ( just think of how much you are losing to tax impact based on a couple weeks of speculation and no hard and true numbers) and it doesn’t mean we walk into our nearby Walmart and buy up there entire supply of disinfectant spray (true story that happened near me).

Moral of the story? We are an intelligent species and sometimes we need to let logic rule emotions—this being one of those times. Sure, build a bit if a cash cushion until the chaos blows over, especially if you are concerned about economic impact. Buy a few cleaning products, keep your hands out of your eyes, nose and mouth and when all else fails, wash your hands!

Happy writing this week!

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The Incredible Concellation Paranormal-Scope

We continue to have the ultimate Scifi/Horror/Cosplay/Steampunk/ and more conference. Currently, it is the biggest conference in this category in the history of the world with https://www.facebook.com/groups/concellation/  You can join for the duration and then leave afterward if you wish. No worries. Just a lot of fun.

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.

The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.

Aries:
Remember not to leave your Tribble in the kitchen. Take a little time to plan interesting but simple meals. Try not to stress.

Taurus:
Wearing kilts and swinging lightsabers may be the new fashion. Time to clear out the closet of those things that just won’t do.

Gemini:
A baby Cthulhu is a difficult pet. Don’t take on too much during this time.

Cancer:
A Tardis could be a handy addition to the house. You’d be able to go shopping before the coronavirus. If still on the fence about the Tardis, practice safe protocols. Here they are. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html

Leo:
While you’re staying safe at home or online at Concellation, indulge a favorite hobby or project.

Virgo:
When visiting the Con Suite, their food is tremendous. But avoid the dough balls with little red flowers all over them. Choose your food wisely.

Libra:
The Chamber of Secrets Tour left 15 minutes ago. Don’t worry about the lost opportunity. When the coronavirus is done, there will be new opportunities for you.

Scorpio:
Serenity is a fun SciFi movie to watch, but you can also close your eyes and experience some serenity.

Sagittarius:
Baby Yoda aka The Child has a hidden gift. So do you!

Capricorn:
If you see a sign that says “Pharoah’s Curse”, avoid that area. Following directions will be to your benefit.

Aquarius:
The search for the missing sock may be a worthy pursuit. Remember to wash your hands afterward.

Pisces:
Firefly, in addition to being a SciFi series, is a sign of good luck coming your way. Be patient.

Visit here for the CDS’s expert information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html

-Susan
Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
www.susanhannifordcrowley.com
Where love burns eternal and whispers in the dark!

New Release: The Vampire with a Blanket of Stars, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 3 available in Amazon Print and Kindle!
Vampire Princess of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 2 available in Kindle! In Amazon Print! In Barnes and Noble Print!
Vampire King of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 1 now in Kindle and Print!
Vampire in the Basement, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 4 available in Kindle.
Poseidon’s Catch (mythology romance) available in Kindle.
Mrs. Bright’s Tea Room (steampunk romance) available in Kindle.
A Vampire for Christmas, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 3 available in Kindle.
The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 2 available in Kindle and Print and Barnes and Noble Print
When Love Survives, Vampires in Manhattan Book 1 available in Kindle, Nook, Kobo and Smashwords and iBooks (on Apple devices).
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A Coronavirus Distraction: Hair? By Susan Hanniford Crowley

Coronavirus has changed so many lives. I truly hope it ends soon. I wish they would start putting up how many have recovered.

I was fortunate that my chemo for breast cancer ended before the coronavirus began. Right now my appointments are far apart. One of the things that might happen to a cancer patient, depending on which IV chemo drugs the doctors choose for the best possible treatment, is the loss of hair.

Just for fun. I’m giving you a pictorial view of my journey from hair, to no hair, then hair again.

With Kim at Priam Vineyards on Nov. 18, 2018

There is me at a book signing at Priam Vineyards with my friend, Kim who has glorious pink hair.  I had very long hair. It always went out of the picture. Actually, I’ve had long hair most of my life. On Dec. 24, 2018, I found the lump that would start the cancer journey.

My dearest friends and I discussed how traumatic losing my hair could be. In talking to my hairstylist Anne Laro at Hair Unique Salon we decided to cut it in half and then when it fell out more to buzz it. This was Feb. 2018.

I opted instead for wigs and scarfs. Above is the initial haircut. A week later this hair had fallen out. Completely gone. I didn’t take pictures of the buzz or the baldness. It was too demoralizing for me. I know some women embrace their baldness. I didn’t, and that’s okay too. It is okay to feel what you feel.

That was my first wig. It was given to me by an organization. I missed my long hair. This was April 2019 and one of the few times my white cell count was good enough that my doctor gave me the all-clear to see my grandkids.  Most of the time I couldn’t see them due to a compromised immune system.

This is August 2019 a few days before surgery. I’m wearing my long wig. I was a little unsure of it staying in place, so I added my hippie headband. Here I’m at the Lions Lebanon Fair with the family.

August 12 – Single Mastectomy

In late August, I started to get very soft peach fuzz on my head. Some cancer drugs target fast-growing cells like cancer. Unfortunately, hair cells replicate fast too, that accounts for the hair loss.

It seemed to me that to grow hair back took a really long time.  Laughs.

Here I am in October 2019 at the Fall in Love with New Hampshire Readers/Authors Conference. That link will take you to the Oct. 2020 conference. Reader registration is open.  See how short my hair was. I started wearing a scarf but the first full day of the conference decided what the heck.

Here I am self-isolating in March 2020. That’s my hair so far. Every day it grows a tiny bit more and then sticks up strangely. Some days I feel like a Troll doll with my hair straight up. My eyebrows are still in process. Laughs.

It is a blessing to be alive!

Dear Readers,

Please, stay safe at home, if you can. Wash your hands. I still have a compromised immune system at times so if I have to go out, I wear a mask and gloves. I use the bank and drug store drive-throughs. I shop with a list at the supermarket and don’t get distracted. I keep my distance from people and leave as soon as possible.  I know this is a horrible time for the world. Our heroes are out there providing medical, transportation, financial services, and groceries at great personal risk. Thank you, each and every one of you.

Today because we are all scared and worn out from watching the news on coronavirus. I hope to bring a distraction and a smile by telling you my hair story.

Have fun at home!

-Susan
Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
www.susanhannifordcrowley.com
Where love burns eternal and whispers in the dark!

New: The Vampire with a Blanket of Stars, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 3 available in Amazon Print and Kindle!
Vampire Princess of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 2 available in Kindle! In Amazon Print! In Barnes and Noble Print!
Vampire King of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 1 now in Kindle and Print!
Vampire in the Basement, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 4 available in Kindle.
Poseidon’s Catch (mythology romance) available in Kindle.
Mrs. Bright’s Tea Room (steampunk romance) available in Kindle.
A Vampire for Christmas, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 3 available in Kindle.
The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 2 available in Kindle and Print and Barnes and Noble Print
When Love Survives, Vampires in Manhattan Book 1 available in Kindle, Nook, Kobo and Smashwords and iBooks (on Apple devices).
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A Concellation Paranormal-Scope

Due to the number of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Cosplay, Horror, Steampunk, and more that have been canceled because of the coronavirus, Concellation is the online conference that tries to do it all. It is actually in a Facebook Group you join. No ticket. No hotel. No plane fare. Just join and have a blast.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/concellation/

I am there lots of the time mingling with over fifteen thousand people so far. Go and enjoy. It will brighten your day. I love the video of Patrick Stewart reading sonnets.

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.

The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.

Aries:
If parking your dragon is your biggest problem, your life is becoming easier. Take care of yourself.

Taurus:
The Green Hornet’s car is fun to see. I prefer the Bat Car. When the coronavirus is done, get your car checked out and cleaned.

Gemini:
Tribbles are always a group wherever they are. They communicate through purrs and squeaks. Why not write some cards, letters, or emails to friends.

Cancer:
Bake yourself some Star Wars cookies. This is the time to have fun and be creative.

Leo:
If you happen to get a golden ticket in a chocolate bar, don’t share. They will be plenty of opportunities after coronavirus has ended.

Virgo:
When attending a convention, the words “you are my only hope,” is a pickup line. Avoid that person.

Libra:
A tardis is handy for going place to place but remember we are sheltering in place. Make your home more fun. Start that hobby you bought things for and never used.

Scorpio:
Whenever entering a party, never accept a drink from someone dressed like the devil. It may cause an unpleasant result.

Sagittarius:
Klingons can get ornery, when they can’t go anywhere. Binge-watch your favorite films.

Capricorn:
Cats and dogs are great defenders of the home. We are lucky to have them. Be sure to include their area when you are cleaning house.

Aquarius:
Penguins have been known to run amok. Playing with friends in a virtual space can be more fun than you think.

Pisces:
The unicorn’s horn is known for purifying water cleaning it of toxins. Be double-sure to clean your surfaces and your hands.

The CDC is the expert in helping us prevent spreading the coronavirus. Visit here for the most recent information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html

-Susan
Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
www.susanhannifordcrowley.com
Where love burns eternal and whispers in the dark!

New Release: The Vampire with a Blanket of Stars, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 3 available in Amazon Print and Kindle!
Vampire Princess of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 2 available in Kindle! In Amazon Print! In Barnes and Noble Print!
Vampire King of New York, Arnhem Knights of New York, Book 1 now in Kindle and Print!
Vampire in the Basement, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 4 available in Kindle.
Poseidon’s Catch (mythology romance) available in Kindle.
Mrs. Bright’s Tea Room (steampunk romance) available in Kindle.
A Vampire for Christmas, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 3 available in Kindle.
The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais, Vampires in Manhattan, Book 2 available in Kindle and Print and Barnes and Noble Print
When Love Survives, Vampires in Manhattan Book 1 available in Kindle, Nook, Kobo and Smashwords and iBooks (on Apple devices).
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