BOOK REVIEW: LOVE LETTERING BY KATE CLAYBORN

BOOK REVIEW: LOVE LETTERING BY KATE CLAYBORN

Sep. 15, 2020 by

Love Lettering, by Kate Clayborn, Is My Top Romance Book Pick of 2020 So Far Especially with the world on fire, I find myself drawn to charming, funny, character-driven, romances that are low on serious angst and medium to high

RANDOM MUSINGS: AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM

RANDOM MUSINGS: AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM

Sep. 1, 2020 by

American Exceptionalism — What Does It Really Mean to Believe America Is the Best? A while back I came across a post on Twitter I can’t quit thinking about… It stated that the very concept of American exceptionalism is a

BOOK REVIEW: THE KISS QUOTIENT

BOOK REVIEW: THE KISS QUOTIENT

Aug. 19, 2020 by

Helen Hoang’s The Kiss Quotient Is By Far the Best Romance I’ve Read All Year. Are you looking for the kind of steamy romance that sucks you in and makes you want to put your entire life on hold until

RANDOM MUSINGS: 20 YEARS OF HAPPY MARRIAGE

RANDOM MUSINGS: 20 YEARS OF HAPPY MARRIAGE

Aug. 4, 2020 by

Ten Lessons I’ve Learned over Twenty Years Happily Married If you’d told me when I was 25-years old that a few years later I’d meet the man of my dreams—and that I’d eventually, happily, celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary—I would’ve

RANDOM MUSINGS: VULNERABILITY, HAPPINESS, AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

RANDOM MUSINGS: VULNERABILITY, HAPPINESS, AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

Jul. 17, 2020 by

Vulnerability is Key to Enjoying True Happiness and Healthy Relationships These days, so many people struggle with developing solid, close relationships—even with their spouses. Everyone is depressed, or drinks too much, or hates their lives. Divorces are commonplace. Yet we

RANDOM MUSINGS: FIFTY YEARS ON THIS PLANET

RANDOM MUSINGS: FIFTY YEARS ON THIS PLANET

Jun. 30, 2020 by

Ten Life Lessons Learned Over Fifty Years on This Planet It’s official… I turned fifty this month. And it’s the weirdest thing. On the one hand, I don’t particularly feel fifty. And people tell me I don’t look or act

BOOK REVIEW: THE WORST BEST MAN

BOOK REVIEW: THE WORST BEST MAN

Jun. 22, 2020 by

Mia Sosa’s The Worst Best Man Is a Charming Rom-Com with a Dash of Brazilian Spice! Light, entertaining, and laugh-out-loud funny is the definition of a good rom-com, and Mia Sosa’s The Worst Best Man fits the genre to a

Ways to Support the George Floyd Protests and Black Lives Matter

Ways to Support the George Floyd Protests and Black Lives Matter

Jun. 1, 2020 by

What Can White Allies Do to Support the Protests and People of Color? I’ve spent a chunk of my day looking for ways to support the George Floyd protesters, Black Lives Matter, and people of color. Because, between the pandemic

BOOK REVIEW: THE BROMANCE BOOK CLUB

BOOK REVIEW: THE BROMANCE BOOK CLUB

May. 16, 2020 by

If I Wasn’t a Romance Author, I’d Give The Bromance Book Club Five Stars I haven’t been reading much lately due to quarantine brain, but I did make it through The Bromance Book Club. If you’re looking for a light,

RANDOM MUSINGS: ZOOM LIFE, ZOOM BURNOUT

RANDOM MUSINGS: ZOOM LIFE, ZOOM BURNOUT

May. 4, 2020 by

Quarantine Life, Staying Connected, and the Perils of Zoom Fatigue I am an introvert, and I can tell you Zoom burnout is real. While I enjoy hanging with friends and going to parties and concerts, and I’m excellent at engaging