Monthly Archives: September 2013

LOVE, A GREAT HEALER

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which I first researched as Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome after the Vietnam War has become a popular topic of both books and movies. One of my earlier western historical romances, Dream Catcher, ┬áinvolved a man home … Continue reading

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A Mysterious Delay

Sorry to be late posting this week’s blog, for all those who wait breathlessly to read my fabulous words. I know ideally we should have blogs written way ahead of time, but I tend to write mine the day I … Continue reading

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Dreamcatchers, American Indians, Multi-Culture

How Our Culture Influences Our Lives Today The great plains American Indians embrace many spiritual beliefs. One is that the air if filled with both good and bad dreams. Their solution for filtering out the bad are the lovely dream … Continue reading

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Family, Friends, Writing

Writer’s block has never happened to me. I have so many stories in my head, so many people talking to me, so much research finished and never written about, so many places visited that call out for their own story, … Continue reading

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