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writing and the pandemic

Writing and the Pandemic

Dearest readers, It has been a long and grueling year for most of us. I keep starting my next book, stopping, starting something else, stopping. I just can't seem to get in the groove of pre-pandemic. For one thing, how do I handle the whole pandemic thing? Is life going…

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If You See a Typo in One of My Books…

Many of you have probably heard about Amazon's new policy to warn readers about errors in books. You might be surprised to hear that I think this is a move in the right direction. While I love that anyone can write and publish a book these days, because it gives…

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Yes, I AM an Introvert, and Here Is Why

I often refer to myself as an introvert. Some of my family and friends always say, "Pish, Posh. You're so outgoing and good at talking to people you don't know." That doesn't mean that I like it, though. In fact, I would much rather communicate with you behind a keyboard…

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september 11th

The Crash Seen Round the World

It's hard to believe that 13 years have passed since the sunny September 11th in 2001 when life as we Americans knew it changed dramatically. Although some WWII veterans were still around, the majority of us had never experienced an attack on American soil and no one had experienced an…

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The Left Side of the Room is Empty

It has been a rough few days in the Soard household. My baby dog, almost 14, has finally crossed the rainbow bridge. She was having liver issues and went downhill rapidly. After talking to our regular vet, I knew I could no longer let her suffer in pain. She was…

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