I’ve finally accepted that I’m addicted to LOVE. I write about it, I’m either in-or-out of it, and I live my life and make choices around it. I’m still a work-in-progress. At this stage of life, you’d think I’d have it all figured out, but that’s never going to be the case. I’ve chosen to … Continue reading I’ve finally accepted that I’m addicted to LOVE
I received this in my email tonight from Jay Shetty. It truly made me think. I responded to his thought with those of my own. I may be a different generation, but unfortunately I can relate to this message in ways that make me ... well, let’s simply say I can relate. Can you? On … Continue reading We’re the generation that don’t want relationships
I was asked this question on Quora today. It made me think about who I am as an author, and what exactly I write! I LOVE this question. I never thought of myself as a romance author. But, when I wrote my first published novel, TARGET in the Sun I received an award for Best … Continue reading Why do you enjoy writing romance novels?
I woke up sad today yes, I deleted all the unwanted thoughts from my memory dropped them in the garbage only to be retrieved, re-read, re-posted under sadness and hurt never really gone I can learn to live with this (unlikely) sigh... DADT-Don’t Ask Don’t Tell a military acronym for an … Continue reading Delete/Retrieve
Which one? I’m the eternal optimist. I tried 3 times to get it right. All I got right was that happiness is more important than success, prestige, or money. The first time I married because my very first boyfriend waited for me while I ran off to become a missionary nun—stop laughing, read my … Continue reading How did your marriage end?
A review or a reviewer's musings? You decide... Sometimes a story/book/novel seizes your heart and refuses to let go. Such is my love affair with this book, Manuscript Found in Accra. Let me share a few of the highlights from the book. I imagine when I allow myself to finish, I will have underlined at … Continue reading I’m in love…Coelho