Monthly Archives: February 2014

Winter is holding on

What are you reading this week? I’m reading Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris Does this look familiar? If not, count yourself lucky. Though this is last year’s picture, we’ve been getting a free pass this year. It would … Continue reading

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Making Hard Decisions by Gerri Brousseau

As some of you may know, my little male pug, Milo, has a herniated disk. He seems OK, but he drags his rear feet slightly when he walks. I took him to a Veterinary Neurologist. Now, who knew such a … Continue reading

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Mind Challenge and Innovation

I rarely get to read for leisure these days and due to the big gaps in between reading sessions, it takes me ages to read a book, but when I do read for leisure, I have to say I love … Continue reading

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The Big Book Getaway and Sexual Freedom by Leia Shaw

So the annual Big Book Getaway at Mohegan Sun happened this past weekend. I was lucky enough to be good friends with an author on the historical fiction panel, Heather Webb. She had a guest pass so I got into … Continue reading

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Weekly Paranormal-Scope

While I’m not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked with the paranormal in the world. In many ways, so are you. The Paranormal-Scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant … Continue reading

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Compromise is NOT a Four-Letter Word

I was talking with an author friend today who is wrestling with her first novel.  She’s been working on it for a while, and I keep encouraging her because I think it has the potential to be a fantastic book.  … Continue reading

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Snowstorms, Readings, Midnight Interviews, and A New Novel in Progress

Lately life has been a wild mix of snowstorms and the writer’s life.  The week before I was at a book reading and signing at the Whittemore Library in Naugatuck, CT.  It was lovely and had refreshments.  A big thank … Continue reading

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What are your reading? I’m reading Concealed in Death by J.D. Robb. Love this series. This week my mine is waffling between writing and daydreaming. Or better yet, memories. Life sometimes is very strange. And we as writers must capture … Continue reading

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Where the Heck is My Muse by Gerri Brousseau

Hi Readers, Today I’m on my own. You see, my muse is on vacation. That brat has gone off to Sochi enjoying the XXII Winter Olympic Games and I’m here in the snow riddled and cold northeast. I don’t mind though. I … Continue reading

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Life and Writing

Any award ceremony or conference I’ve been to has inspired me with my writing some way or the other. Either I’m completely in love with the books these authors have written and the world they created or I am amazed … Continue reading

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