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Category Archives for historical mystery

10 Fun Facts about Ginger’s Journal

The History of the Journal1. I didn't know when I started writing the Ginger Gold Mysteries that there would be a journal. When Ginger started hanging out in my head, I knew I wanted a woman who was ahead

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It’s been a while ~ and what I’ve been reading.

I remember a time when I used to blog about this fun thing and that exciting opportunity ~ I think that was back in 2019! Lol. We've all been on a wild ride since then, in one form another. This has been

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Flash Sale & New Release!

So excited to be launching a new book and to present a series sale to get late comers started. I'm taking a break from family updates this week, but "hard and good" kind of encapsulates it. More later.

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The Importance of Team – in Work and Life

It feels like life is a heady bunch of busyness. I'm hanging onto the handlebars of a bike speeding down the hill of time, with my legs thrown out behind me as I dodge the obstacles that threaten to topple

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Finding Small Joys each Day ~ Elephants and Books!

It's no secret that life is hard right now. For everyone. You only have to watch the news for two minutes to see that. Mass shootings, war, reality TV-style "justice." The struggle, both personally and

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It was almost a hospital wedding – warning, emotional post ahead.

My son Jordan's new wife Chelsea has osteosarcoma, with a tumor in her left femur. Diagnosed a month and a half before their Wedding day, she began an aggressive chemotherapy plan with infusions every

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Family update ~ Living with the Big C

After my last blog (link here if you missed it), I thought I owed it to everyone to give an update. It’s a little challenging as, even though cancer has entered my life through my children, it’s not

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Life’s a Beach and Book News

We've settled back into our life in Mexico, feeling more than ever that this is where we're meant to live in the winter. Our little Mexican community really came around us during our family medical emergency

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