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Welcome to my website! I've been on the internet since the early 1980s and have been publishing books and content since 1987. I now have over 300 books published. My focus is on supporting battered women's shelters - most of my fiction features female characters, young to old, overcoming adversity and finding their inner strength. I write in a wide range of genres from fairy tale to mystery, from romance to dystopian, from science fiction to paranormal.
I also enjoy writing self-help books to assist people in making progress in their lives. I have books on yoga, meditation, stress relief, eating healthily, journaling, photography, and much more.
When I'm not writing I enjoy a range of visual artistic expression including photography, cyanotypes, monotypes, and origami.
I enthusiastically enjoy helping people reach their dreams!
Want to finally write that novel? Need step-by-step instructions for getting it published? Looking for how to work from home in some other field? I'm here to help. I know these things are possible because I'm doing them right now and have been for over ten years. Tens of thousands of people visit my site daily and put into practice the tips I share. It all starts with that first step.
I've also got articles on thousands of other practical situations. How to hand-train parakeets. How to cure poison ivy. How to meditate. How to fall asleep more easily. An introduction to yoga. A birding encyclopedia. Video game walkthroughs. Money origami folding instructions. There are nearly 50,000 articles and photos on this site. There's something just for you!
If you're a methodical type you can browse my Site Map to get started, or if you're more free-form why not:
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|Gears Steampunk wood palette cyanotype - 12/12/2017 10:19:12 AM|
So happy! Someone just bought my Gears Steampunk wood palette cyanotype which I made with bicycle gears. It's a fun ode to biking and cycling :). I originally made it in support of the Alternatives palette show. Thanks to Trek Stop Bicycle for the beautiful gears!
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Sorcha is swept away in Regency, England - and she desperately wants to set things right again.
Morgan's life is peaceful and calm, from meditation to kayaking to her cat, Juliet. And then she comes across a dead body.
The original Grimm fairy tales portrayed women of strength and conviction. Over the years they have been watered down. I seek to reclaim them in these sweetly romantic - while powerfully heroic - retellings.
Tricia could barely keep her eyes open as she drove home in the darkness. She slid into the rumble strip - and couldn't believe what happened next.