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Cassie’s Wishes: Guest Post by Mark Bierman

I’m excited to have Canadian author, Mark Bierman, featured on my blog this month. Mark is the talented author of Vanished, a high-octane story about a missionary trip to Haiti that turns into a treacherous rescue mission involving a missing child and human trafficking. Today, he’s sharing a heartwarming and uplifting story, called Cassie’s Wishes, which..

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Join Me for a Book Reading

Save the date!!! I will be reading an excerpt from my book Gatekeepers of Eden on March 6th, 2022. This will not be a live event, but I will be posting the video on my social media accounts. Come join me! There will be stories, candles, blankets, instrumental music, my dogs, and wine…lots of wine…to..

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Why I Write

I’m sharing this beautiful quote with you today because it embodies the main reasons I feel compelled to write. If you’re an author or poet…why do you write? 💋 Lanie Mores             Photo credit: CanStockPhoto/konradbak

A New View in 2022

Happy new year! Welcome to my first blog post of 2022! As usual, I thought I’d start with a recap of the previous year…good ole 2021. However, since it was another strange, crappy, Covid-centered year, I’ll keep this part brief. Here are a few of my highlights from last year. 1) My third book, Sea of..

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Through the Eyes of the Beholder: Honing the Art of the Descriptive Word

Our perception of the world, of everything we encounter, is filtered through the five main senses: sight, touch, hearing, taste, and smell. Without these senses, we wouldn’t be able to make sense of our environment. Similarly, if you neglect to include the sensory experience in your writing, people won’t be able to make sense of..

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The Year 2020: A Personal Reflection

Here we are at the tail end of 2020, and what a crazy year it has been! At the outset, I don’t think we could have predicted how it would unfold, instead imagining it would be the best year ever. In reality, it was a trying year for so many reasons: the virus, endless quarantine..

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Book Launching 2020-Style

To say 2020 has been an atypical year is a blatant understatement. A global pandemic, riots, floods, earthquakes, fires, crashes, murder hornets…we’ve had our fair share this year. The global effects are devastating and will linger long past the end of the year, requiring plenty of time for us to recover both mentally and financially. So,..

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