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Optimistic Headaches

I just feel irritated this week. I don't really know why. I'm trying to look at the lighter side of life. Maybe that's my problem. I'm a dyed in the wool pessimist trying to look through the optimist's rosy glasses. No wonder I have a headache. I realized one evening, while listening to the normal ebb and flow of the conversation around me, that we do a lot of complaining. So, I resolved that I was going to try and stop bellyaching so much. In all honesty, when you look at my life there's really nothing wrong.

First world problems. . . that's all I see when I look around me. What is a first world problem? You haven't heard that term yet? I don't recall when I first heard about it, but I do remember thinking that it was a perfect description for ninety-nine percent of what is wrong with my life. To not too fine a point on it--not all that much. I have enough to eat (too much at times), I have a roof over my head, a car to get me to and fro and enough…

Walking With Shadows--Release Party!!

Walking With Shadows Release Party

When The Shattered Prism was released back in June, I hosted my first ever virtual release party. I didn't know how this was going to work. I went to one sponsored by a fellow Solstice author earlier in the year and it inspired me to try. I gritted my teeth, sent out the invites and scrambled to figure out what I could possibly do to keep the people who dropped in throughout the day entertained. I learned a few things. So, I'm going to put those lessons into play and host my second release party for Walking With Shadows: Book Two of The Star Circle Trilogy. Shadows is released officially on Thursday, which gives it a day or two to go live on Amazon and then  .. . . . release party!

I'm planning on having a couple of giveaways on Saturday. I, of course, will have a copy or two of Walking With Shadows to give away. My artist husband is also working diligently away on some original art to share with those who stop by. There's also the ch…