Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Right Food

Have you ever noticed that you can sit at your desk the entire day, only to feel completely exhausted by the time five o’clock rolls around? This week has been a bit like that. I’m in the midst of tax … Continue reading

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First Set Of Stickers by Mandy Rosko

So I put together my first sticker set, it’s kind of ridiculous, and definitely amateur work, but it was totally fun 🙂 These are just the first real batch I’ve put together. The previous stickers were a test on label … Continue reading

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Gray Rainy Day Paranormal-Scope

“Into each life, some rain must fall” is a line from a poem called “The Rainy Day” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The important thing to remember is that the sun will always shine. If it didn’t rain, we’d miss the … Continue reading

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Commencing Countdown, Engines On… by Ripley Proserpina

In t-minus two days, Shadow of Thorns, the second book in my vampire series, Midnight’s Crown, releases. I’m a ball of anxiety. I want to know what people think—will they like it? Will they hate the ending? Will they love … Continue reading

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Deep in a Book? What’s the Insiders’ Circle?

Where have I been? What book am I deep in? That is Moldoveanu Peak, the highest mountain in Romania. It’s grand to look at, but then so is the whole country. My research led me through history and places and … Continue reading

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School Break by Stacy Hoff

This week my kids have enjoyed a late-winter break from their respective schools, high school and middle school. Both of them used to get a full week off from classes. Now they just get a four-day weekend. Four days is … Continue reading

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The Crazy World We Live In

We live in a crazy world. I know there are so many ways you can take those words. We are crazy busy, crazy growing, crazy dangerous in some ways and crazy cutting edge innovative… I can keep going in some … Continue reading

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