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Pick Better Partners!

Pick Better Partners! If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me how to find the love of their life, I would be a rich woman. As a marriage therapist people like to think I have all the answers to life’s romantic mysteries. Fun fact: I don’t–– wish I did, but I don’t!… Read More Pick Better Partners!

Therapy, Writing, Archives

The Power of Language

We all use language in some way. How much power does it have over us anyway? … Read More The Power of Language

Therapy, Writing

Author Interview: Criminal Chokehold by Randee Green

“All right, Naomi, what is so important that you needed me to come over here? Don’t you know I have things to do tonight? Places I should already be at? People who are…Hold on, why are you wearing lingerie?” I asked my younger cousin as it finally hit me that she’d answered the door wearing… Read More Author Interview: Criminal Chokehold by Randee Green

Writing, Archives

Beginners Guide to Write: Part 3

About the Author JT Pledger is a novelist, screenwriter and copywriter. When he isn’t sitting at the keyboard, he’s swimming in the Atlantic Ocean or reading, learning new and fascinating things!  Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, and blog or seek his services here!

Therapy, Relationships, Writing

Processing the Past Through Writing

How writing changed my life and allowed me to forgive my past. One day I’d decided to sit outside with my dog under the shade of our backyard trees. It was the first warm spring day of the season and it felt like the perfect time to join him since he could always be found… Read More Processing the Past Through Writing

Therapy, Writing

First Glimpse of Fading Starlight

Pre-order your copy of Fading Starlight today wherever books are sold. There’s not better feeling in the world than seeing your hard work come to life. For me, Fading Starlight started as a dream that almost didn’t come true. Dawn Among the Stars came to life in a cloud of uncertainty, but made it to… Read More First Glimpse of Fading Starlight