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Monthly Archives: April 2014
…Had a bad day? A bad week? A bad year? A bad lifetime?
Does it feel like a dark cloud follows you around wherever you go?
Sometimes “bad luck” is just random challenges happening at the wrong time. Sometimes it is caused by external forces or ill wishing, But sometimes ill fortune is a “do it yourself” project, drawn to us by the things we focus on and do… Continue reading
Words are a writer’s tools of the trade;
So how strong is your vocabulary?… Continue reading
“I like writing. I get cranky when I can’t. Yes, I write books back to back, and I work very hard on them.”
Terry Pratchett Continue reading
A free download of a directory of Connecticut writers…. Continue reading
Yesterday was the 450th birthday of William Shakespeare, the Bard of Avon, a writer and man who was so influential that we’re still quoting him today.
The proof? Continue reading
Just a reminder. The Connecticut Pagan Pride Beltaine event returns this Saturday, on April 26 from 10- 5, at 152 Massiro Dr, in Berlin Ct.
There’ll be vendors, readers, a workshops, May Pole dancing, crafts, music, dancing, food, community, and loads of fun!
And me as one of the psychics of Foresight, of course, doing readings and selling my books. I’ll be teaching a play-shop on the Law of Attraction and how to make it work in your life… Continue reading
“Writing is not life, but I think that sometimes it can be a way back to life.”
Stephen King Continue reading
Every time you stop writing, there’s a powering up process needed to sit back down, pick up the pen or put your fingers on the keys, and getting your head back into writing.
And that takes time. Time that you could be spending writing.
So what do you do? Continue reading