Dear Jon #1

I couldn’t help staring at his face. We laid on a blanket on the beach, the waves crashing against the pier. The clear night sky filled with stars and a full blood moon shone down on us. Nothing compared to my husbands profile. He kept his hair short; a buzz cut every few weeks just […]

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Remi’s Revenge: Chapter 3

Chapter 3 is from Remi’s perspective. We’re finally. meeting our other main character. Keep in mind these are all drafts and constructive feedback is welcome. Don’t be an asshole. 😉  

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Bite The Bullet

  Good Morning fellow readers, and happy Wednesday! We’re half way to the weekend! Yesterday I posted chapter one of a story I’ve bee writing, and today I bring you chapter two. Please don’t forget to subscribe for more, and if you fee so inclined, leave a comment with feedback! 🙂  

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2019 Writing Goals.

    I don’t like the title of this post, but I am going to keep it anyway. Goals. Goals. Goals. Goals are important and should be taken seriously. My problem is I’m an optimist until things don’t go my way, then pessimism doesn’t even begin to describe it. I create these goals and abandon […]

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Goin’ To The Chapel

8 weeks from today, Jon and I will say our I do’s in Las Vegas! It feels so far away, yet too close to finish things on time. This is why we went through a hotel for a package. We don’t have to do a whole heck of a lot other than show up, dress, […]

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College.

Honestly, unless it involves graduation, this is a blog post subject reserved for youngsters – the 25 & under crowd if you will. A few months back I made the decision to return to school. My employer went beyond tuition reimbursement and began offering business degrees at no cost through select universities. I was over […]

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Book Review: Paper Towns

 Paper Towns is John Green’s third novel. Published in 2008, it followed Looking For Alaska and An Abundance of Katherine’s. Having read a couple of John’s works in the past, I had a pretty good idea of what I was getting myself into: great stories and characters I’d fall in love with. In that sense, PaperTowns didn’t disappoint. Nor did […]

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