July 27, 2015 was the date I first admitted to a physician that something was wrong. The pain in my ankles and feet was unbearable. My bruised legs were hard enough to look at, but […]
Greetings, RL Readers! Here’s a new resource you can use while you’re still in your jammies: If you’ve read a few of my blogs, by now, you already understand that I enjoy supporting other authors, […]
For the first part of my life, I was indeed selfish. I thought this was how I was supposed to act: all about me becoming all I could be. A “boss.” Can you relate?
This poem is riveting – to a single person. Powerfully, relevant, and so I had to share it with you. Please tell us what you think or simply answer the question…
I’m so grateful for this opportunity to share the Good News with other writers.
You can still shine even when there’s darkness all around you…taking the high road when someone takes the low one
Introducing Anghelica, the novel’s title character, and her outlook on today’s festivities. The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, […]
What do you do after a loss?