Posts Tagged ‘yoga’

Burned By Kimberley Patterson

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
Burned
By
Kimberley Patterson
Genre:
Suspense, Mystery
 
Pay
attention to the signs that are all around you,” Sarah’s mother
used to say. Sarah never listened until her world turned upside down
in the wake of her mother’s death. When sifting through the fiery
ashes, signs begin to appear, giving her the feeling that the
accident was less of an accident and more of foul play. While Sarah
struggles to understand the images haunting her dreams, she finds
herself losing a grip on reality.
Based
on true events, Sarah unravels the mystery surrounding her mother’s
death, and, in doing so, uncovers an internal darkness capable of
murder. 
Goodreads * Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XCWLQ3X?ref_=pe_2427780_160035660 
 
 
Horses
were one of my first loves, and writing soon followed. As a child, I
spent hours writing poems, and short stories (about horses). My
parents realized that I was horse-obsessed and decided to buy me one
after taking riding lessons for two years. I think they hoped that
all of the hard work, and hours spent mucking stalls would help me
give up this expensive hobby. They were wrong. Writing is still a
passion of mine, although now I primarily write fiction. My first
novel, Red Rock, was published in 2010, and big surprise, there are
horses in it. My second novel, The Three Month Plan was released
August 2013.
Other
Loves: My family, yoga, skincare and makeup, sushi, and raising money
for pediatric cancer. I have two rescue dogs and would have more if
there weren’t zoning restrictions. I’m always trying something
new, as I tend to get bored very easily. Thankfully, my love of
driving around with the gas light on fuels some excitement. I love
novels with happy endings, and am a hopeful romantic. My latest
obsession is browsing Netflix, and I can name all 50 states in
alphabetical order in under 30 seconds. Do I feel a wager coming on?
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To sell the homes of elderly, terminally ill people

Monday, April 11th, 2016

Jenny Hudson

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Top Ten List

  1. I was an art teacher and have been an exhibiting artist
  2. I have a giant Labradoodle named Mr. Darcy
  3. I am addicted to saag paneer and yoga
  4. My first job out of college was designing fashion ads for a Federated Department Store
  5. I love jazz if it’s not too whacked out
  6. I have a gorgeous rag doll cat with bright blue eyes
  7. My favorite city is Barcelona
  8. My 2nd favorite city is San Miguel Allende
  9. I love photographing New England
  10. I am getting married at the end of the month

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Nikki Broadwell, Interview of the author of Gypsy’s Quest

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

Nikki, when did you first know you wanted to be an author?

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I wanted to wirte a book about my father’s experiences in prison camp during WW2, since I had his journals. Around the same time I attended a writing class. From then on I was hooked!

awesome. What makes you passionate about writing?

I’m not sure I can answer that. I guess it’s a way of expressing and researching issues and parts of life that I’m interested in. I certainly never expected to be obsessed (more…)