If it looks like a Pyramid

You’re scrolling through your phone and you see someone dancing in one of your social media apps. Why is she dancing? Because she’s so happy she makes a five-figure income every month selling stuff from her phone. And you can too! Ask her how! What is she selling? What company does she work for? Well, … Continue reading If it looks like a Pyramid

Resolution to Do the Bare Minimum

Yesterday I accomplished one of my New Year's Resolutions. I usually don't make New Year's Resolutions, like to lose a bunch of weight or to save a huge amount of money, because I'm undisciplined and I never accomplish what I set out to do. This year, however, I made a couple of resolutions to accomplish … Continue reading Resolution to Do the Bare Minimum

She Faked Her Death

Two years ago, romance author Susan Meachen's suicide shocked the romance writing world. A woman claiming to be her daughter posted an announcement on Susan's Facebook group, The Ward. From that moment on, her online friends mourned her loss. They published a charity anthology, dedicated to Susan Meachan. A Go Fund Me campaign helped to … Continue reading She Faked Her Death

The Suburbs

An army of lawnmowers Trim grass to perfect lengths Same time every Saturday Don’t be late Or the neighbors will wonder why you’re Out synch with the rest of us Our kids play just within our grasps Don’t stray too far The only safety lies within the bounds Of our streets where all the houses … Continue reading The Suburbs

Magic Hour: Book Review and a Tribute to my Mother

Description: Deep in the Pacific Northwest lies the Olympic National Forest—nearly one million acres of impenetrable darkness and impossible beauty. Even in this modern age, much of it remains undiscovered and uncharted. From the heart of this old forest, a six-year-old girl appears. Speechless and alone, she can give no clue as to her identity, … Continue reading Magic Hour: Book Review and a Tribute to my Mother