Monthly Archives: April 2014

6 Reasons You Need A Literary Agent Now More Than Ever

Originally posted on Carly Watters, Literary Agent Blog:
Yes, even you self pubbed authors need an agent now more than ever. There’s no disputing that you can publish your own book, get a deal by yourself meeting an editorĀ at a…

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Personal Inventory; A simple guide to making your own way a little easier…

It’s time to get REAL — what do I mean by that? The difference between who you are and what you become, is what you do today. Every day check in with yourself and do a one on one personal … Continue reading

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A Glimpse; Rewriting missed opportunities…

You’re sitting outside on the patio sipping an iced coffee, and you feel that deja vu feeling coming on strong. You look around and although this is your first time here, something seems so familiar about this place. Or, is … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Skez; An inspriational novel that portrays an uncertain journey…

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Being Called — When Messages are Important

This morning I woke up thinking about what a psychic/medium told me years ago. She told me two profound things: One, that I was going to write a very powerful book one day and she might as well get my … Continue reading

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All I Want For Christmas…is a happy home.

Here’s an article I wrote and was published in the Hi-Desert Star – local newspaper for Joshua Tree, CA. This was last Christmas – and the purpose was to drive people to animal shelters to adopt. I was happy to … Continue reading

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Hiking Continued…

My mind never shuts off…and there is so much beauty around me. Surrounded by solitude, hiking in the desert is very unique and it brings clarity to an uncertain mind.

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