Monthly Archives: August 2017

It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye by Heather Novak

Dearest Nights of Passion Readers and Sister Bloggers, This will be my last regular post. From my very first blog post on June 11, 2015, I have had the most wonderful time sharing my journey with you. Writing for NoP … Continue reading

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United for a Cause

I happen to work within an industry that pushes the thought of careful planning. Retirement isn’t easy in all ways and gone are the days when you didn’t have to stress because the 30 years you put in at company … Continue reading

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Not Taking On Too Much by Mandy Rosko

I’m sure I’ve touched on this before. If I did, I apologize, but I think this is something that needs to be brought up again because it’s worth mentioning. Taking on too many projects is kiiiiiiiinda a mistake. You know … Continue reading

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Darker Paranormal-Scope

Ever feel like you’ve been sitting in Beetlejuice’s waiting room? Things might be confusing this week, but remember, there is always star shine! While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately … Continue reading

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Reviews… BLURB!! by Ripley Proserpina

In the old days, when there were only bookstores and the library, I bought books based on blurbs. It was all I had to go on. Every so often the librarian would say, “You liked Wait ’Til Helen Comes… how about … Continue reading

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2 Adventures: Vikings and Fall in Love with New England Romance Readers and Authors Conference

The 1st Adventure: Yesterday I had the joy and excitement of boarding the Viking ship that I have been admiring for the past several months as it was undergoing repairs. Finally I was on the Draken Harald Hårfagre, the world’s … Continue reading

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Joanne Guidoccio’s Positive Approach to Writing by Stacy Hoff

Hello Passionate Readers! Today I have author Joanne Guidoccio talking about her uniquely positive approach to writing. Affirmations for Writers During my cancer journey, I read Louise Hay’s book, You Can Heal Your Life, and developed an interest in affirmations. … Continue reading

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