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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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Life happens when you’re making other plans

plans:Write more Ginger Gold books. Plan a beautiful wedding and happy family gathering. Celebrate birthdays, especially our daughter's (you'll know why if you've been following my blog-link), and enjoy

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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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Books Springing up like Daffodils! (And a bit of honesty)

Get it? Books SPRINGing up. I've never longed for spring so deeply as I do this year after so much time spent at home. Norm and I were discussing how we haven't stayed in one space for this long in years.

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Murder on Location is Here!

The 4th Rosa Reed Mystery Here’s a teaser from Chapter 1. >> One of the first things that attracted Rosa Reed to Dr. Larry Rayburn, assistant medical examiner for the Santa Bonita Police Department,

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Meet my co-author, a real live movie extra!

Enter to win the first 3 Rosa Reed Mysteries in Paperback! As promised, this week I'd like to introduce you to my co-writer, Denise Jaden, whose day job is working as an Extra in Vancouver, Canada. Writing Murder

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Back to the Movies

Writing Murder on Location was a lot of fun and if you like movies, especially getting a sneak peek behind the scenes of film making, I think you'll enjoy it too. Next week I'll introduce you to my co-writer,

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