Musings

You and Your Story Matter

You and Your Story Matter

When it comes to writing our stories, so often we stop before we ever begin. We shut down that inner urge to share our stories. We convince ourselves that we are not important or worthy to share them. Yet, for those of us being called to write, the beckoning doesn’t...

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Winter Solstice 2022

Winter Solstice 2022

Most authors who work with me soon learn that my spirituality comes through, acknowledging the connection to my intuition and to the guidance I receive as we work together. It’s impossible for me to keep it hidden from my clients; yet, I don’t normally put too much...

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The Sacred Practice of Journaling

The Sacred Practice of Journaling

At a recent book launch for an author I’d worked with, I had the opportunity to chat with a gentleman about writing, and more specifically, journaling. He told me he’s journaled for most of his life and recently took the time to read through his journals. He said that...

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Finding Balance

Finding Balance

Almost six months have passed since I published Mosaic Heart: Pieces of an Unfinished Life. It’s hard to believe that she has been out in the world for almost half a year already. And although I say this to authors consistently, it’s also hard to believe how much...

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Out From Behind the Curtain

Out From Behind the Curtain

I was asked in a recent podcast interview why it took me over ten years to bring my book to life. The question was posed, thinking I had written my memoir recently. I clarified that I actually had been writing it for a very long time—I’d kept my pen to paper and...

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A Life of Its Own

A Life of Its Own

Never before have the insights I share with authors been as “up front and center” as they are right now. Since late December, I’ve heard these words play over and over in my mind, and in the last two weeks, they’ve become even more insistent: “A book takes on a life...

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Sometimes We Hit Walls

Sometimes We Hit Walls

Yes, sometimes during the course of writing our books, we hit walls. For a variety of reasons, it can happen during the writing process, especially as life gets in the way. But, did you know it can also happen during the editing process? And that’s when it can be even...

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Midwinter Message

Midwinter Message

February 2nd marked the midwinter point, acknowledged in the US by the groundhog’s appearance. This year, Phil predicted six more weeks of winter, which I believe was inevitable. At least here in Colorado, signs of spring don’t usually show up for at least that long!...

read more
You and Your Story Matter

You and Your Story Matter

When it comes to writing our stories, so often we stop before we ever begin. We shut down that inner urge to share our stories. We convince ourselves that we are not important or worthy to share them. Yet, for those of us being called to write, the beckoning doesn’t...

read more
Winter Solstice 2022

Winter Solstice 2022

Most authors who work with me soon learn that my spirituality comes through, acknowledging the connection to my intuition and to the guidance I receive as we work together. It’s impossible for me to keep it hidden from my clients; yet, I don’t normally put too much...

read more
The Sacred Practice of Journaling

The Sacred Practice of Journaling

At a recent book launch for an author I’d worked with, I had the opportunity to chat with a gentleman about writing, and more specifically, journaling. He told me he’s journaled for most of his life and recently took the time to read through his journals. He said that...

read more
Finding Balance

Finding Balance

Almost six months have passed since I published Mosaic Heart: Pieces of an Unfinished Life. It’s hard to believe that she has been out in the world for almost half a year already. And although I say this to authors consistently, it’s also hard to believe how much...

read more
Out From Behind the Curtain

Out From Behind the Curtain

I was asked in a recent podcast interview why it took me over ten years to bring my book to life. The question was posed, thinking I had written my memoir recently. I clarified that I actually had been writing it for a very long time—I’d kept my pen to paper and...

read more
A Life of Its Own

A Life of Its Own

Never before have the insights I share with authors been as “up front and center” as they are right now. Since late December, I’ve heard these words play over and over in my mind, and in the last two weeks, they’ve become even more insistent: “A book takes on a life...

read more
Sometimes We Hit Walls

Sometimes We Hit Walls

Yes, sometimes during the course of writing our books, we hit walls. For a variety of reasons, it can happen during the writing process, especially as life gets in the way. But, did you know it can also happen during the editing process? And that’s when it can be even...

read more
Midwinter Message

Midwinter Message

February 2nd marked the midwinter point, acknowledged in the US by the groundhog’s appearance. This year, Phil predicted six more weeks of winter, which I believe was inevitable. At least here in Colorado, signs of spring don’t usually show up for at least that long!...

read more

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