Category Archives: Biography

Here’s To You, Mom

Thursday’s Children – A weekly blog hop where writers come together to talk about whatever inspires them. Click here to find out more. In honor of Mother’s Day weekend, I decided to write a post honoring my mom, Dulcie Luna. Though she’s been … Continue reading

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Inspiration – My High School Diary

A weekly blog hop where writers come together to talk about whatever inspires them. Click here to find out more. During my teenage years, I kept a journal. It was brutally honest, filled with my deepest secrets. Angst-filled entries about … Continue reading

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GUTGAA Meet & Greet

I’m excited to be participating in the Gearing Up to Get an Agent blogfest/pitch contest (also known as GUTGAA), hosted by the generous YA witer Deana Barnhart. For this week’s post, the participants are doing a meet & greet. Bio I’m … Continue reading

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School’s In

My 15-year old daughter will be taking AP Government in high school this year. One of the tough things about taking an AP class is doing homework before school starts in September. The other day, she was doing a worksheet … Continue reading

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No Regrets

This past weekend, my teenage daughter and I traveled to New York City for a quick girls’ get-away. One of our main goals was to see a couple of shows on Broadway, taking advantage of NYC Broadway Week (half price … Continue reading

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What Was I Thinking?

For Halloween this year, I made a CD mix of some of my favorite spooky-themed songs. As I was listening to it today (yes, I realize Halloween is over), “The Time Warp” came on. And suddenly I had a major … Continue reading

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A Little Backstory

When I was growing up, I used to wish something exciting would happen to me. To be more specific, I was hoping for an adventure along the lines of the Narnia books, where I would go into a closet during … Continue reading

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