Color key: Jolene | Harlow Once upon a time, Harlow and I were very VERY avid book bloggers. We submerged ourselves in books, book reviews, pimping books to unsuspecting strangers, attending every book con that was in our area, and in some cases, flew all over the country to meet some of our favorite … Continue reading Helpful advice from two kickass book bloggers.
***(Color Key: Jolene. Harlow. Layla.) Okay guys, you are in for a real treat today! Many of you may recognize our special guest from the Indie book world. Joining us this week at Keeping It Real with Jolene and Harlow is Layla aka, The Bowtie Author's better half. BUT, besides being an author's wife she has the coolest job … Continue reading Look who’s joining us today ….
The other night I was listening to a podcast by Gabrielle Bernstein and she spoke about living our authentic truth. I sat and wondered how many of you over the course of the last few days have shared your authentic truth over social media, blog posts and phone calls to family members or did you … Continue reading Show of hands…how many of you honored your authentic truth this weekend?
As the year comes to a close I have to say despite the turbulent beginning this year has been one of my favorites. Sure, the completion of the divorce was an added bonus but the fact that I stood my ground through the whole process and refused to be manipulated or scared off by … Continue reading From a sulking Sally to a sword reeling ninja
Music can invoke a mixture of emotions, for instance when I hear Silent Night something deep inside me stirs and next thing I know I'm fighting back tears. It isn't just one version of the song that triggers the water works....it's ALL versions, hell I bet if P Diddy (that's still his name right or … Continue reading I love where music takes me ……
A question that comes up often to me is, "Why have you settled? In many, if not all the relationships that you have had....you settled. Why?" That's a good question. Sure I could have listed off a bunch of things like: boredom the pickings were slim the holidays were near the good-looking ones were just … Continue reading Stop settling ….
"I think you're making a big mistake." the wasband said as he stood in the door way holding his little blue thermal lunch pail, his bifocals on the tip of his nose. I searched for any sort of emotion in his eyes or a sudden change in his demeanor but all I saw was arrogance … Continue reading Boy what a difference a year makes