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I spoke with my friend. I asked outright: What should someone do for a loved one who is suffering? What helps? Together we discussed her feelings. Her perspective. Her pain. And then we worked on some bearings that really helped me be a better friend...
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What a terrific story! But I need to know, does the cube work? Does she win? Is the man saved? You stopped too soon!
As luck would have it there was an empty seat at the back of the Magic Bean café. I grabbed my Chai Latte and settled, facing the mall. The aroma of coffee grinds spiked my taste buds. The general bustle, clatter and conv...
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Dianne, I am sure you can guess what happens next. 
Either the cube works... or she wakes up when her friend arrives and realises she's been lost in her own writing world. ;)
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When Morgan Ball decided to accessorize his outfit with a shawl, he probably didn't think it would be a big deal. But when he got to school, it was a completely different story. When the 17-year-old Missouri teen arrived at Lee’s Summit Nor...
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Me too! It's so hard to be brave all alone. But this is a terrific example of how one person can make a difference. <3
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Tell us why you believe!
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Let's hope his luck holds! We all deserve a bit of happiness. Very nice scene. :)
Killing your darlings is a brutal and sad experience. Today, I’m excited to share one scene that got the ax in my latest release, SOULLESS (Book 2 in the Maiden of Time Trilogy).  This excerpt takes place in the worl...
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Well, fuck. Yesterday, I said, Hey, Ask Me For Advice. And a lot of you jumped in and asked great questions. Which is awesome. It's gonna take me some time to pick through and find suitable questio...
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When it comes to the dark weavings of hoodoo magic, only a few can survive.
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The man held out a thick callused hand. “Name’s Gibson. I just wanted to thank you for saving the boy here.”

He stared at the hand in horror, seeing blood where there wasn’t any.

“The misses would like to thank you, too. Unfortunately, she can’t leave the house. I’d like you to come with us so she can thank you in person.”

Alex blinked at him. The man spoke, but it sounded like babble. The blackness surrounding Gibson found its way into him, making him sick and dizzy. He swayed helplessly, while confusing images crowded his mind, one after another, impressions of darkness and rusted chains, damp walls.

Gibson grasped his arm and guided him from the store, finding him compliant to his directing. A gray flatbed truck stood at the curb. Rousing to the danger, Alex balked when Gibson opened the door. He pulled sharply on his arm to be free, but a blow to his face staggered him. Dazed, he was shoved onto the oily floorboards, and the boy climbed in on top of him. Doors slammed and the truck started.

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This is the opening scene of the as-yet-untitled new story I've been working on :) I'm actually having some trouble deciding on a title because I don't want it to sound like a kid's book — teddy be...
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Beautiful!
20% of the profits from this piece will be donated to LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland
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