Tag Archives: moving

Outcast No More

It’s five in the morning and I’m sitting in a Super 8 in Colorado Springs, watching channel 13 news on mute with closed captioning on. The rest of the family is still asleep, although my husband is stirring and the … Continue reading

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A Quickie

I’m here! I’m in a hotel, and will be for a couple more weeks. Then a week to drive cross country with the family. Then finding housing in Colorado Springs. New stories from The Cities of Luna are still coming … Continue reading

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The Hotel

We’ve been in the hotel for a week now. To summarize: my parents sold the house we had been renting from them. For a long list of personal and practical reasons, we decided to move back to Colorado where I … Continue reading

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Packing and purging consume my life at the moment. Yes… there is a release coming up, Sleighride from The Cities of Luna. The Biblical Legends Anthology Deluge came out in paperback (YEAH!) and I have other stories in the pipeline. … Continue reading

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Oh…yeah…update post…

Packing, purging, and trying to fit in a somewhat traditional Christmas before we move is consuming my life these days. However I did manage to write a little bit of flash. The Cure for Chronic Illness

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NaNo a NoGo

I love NaNoWriMo! For me, busting out as many words as possible in a short time is a very effective strategy for writing. From 2010-2014, I won four out of five times, writing more than fifty thousand words each November. … Continue reading

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The Living Space

Our house is on the market. We’re getting ready to move (hopefully back to Colorado.) For the past few years, we’ve been slowly working to fix some of the many issues with my parents’ house, which we live in. We’re … Continue reading

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The End of My Exile

Hubby and I have lived in Vermont for more than eighteen years. We bought and sold our first house here. Both our children were born here. But we don’t belong here. My tagline has always been A Writer by Birth … Continue reading

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