Tuesday, February 13, 2018

New Writing Direction

If anyone has been following my blog and Facebook posts, they'll know that I've struggled with writer's block for the last two years or so. My painful divorce only served to exacerbate it, especially my ability to write romance. I managed to write one romance - Cat Therapy - a story I adore, but for some reason I'm struggling to find a home for it. I know I will eventually, but it's been a struggle.

The biggest thing with writer's block, I think, is that you start to write from your head instead of your heart and the story no longer flows. That has been what's been happening, except for Cat Therapy and one short story I wrote.

Yet, a totally different genre has started to happen for me. I'm writing about something that is close to my heart and which I'm passionate about. Maybe it's just for a season, but this book is flowing. I'm letting it flow from my intuition and I'm just writing. I still suffer from self-doubt, but I'm just going with the flow and letting it happen.

Here is an except from my book, The 30-Day Self-Love Devotional for Spiritual Seekers.

It's not a religious book and will appeal to spiritual people and those of all faiths.

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Day 1

Put Yourself First

Just this once. Try it.
I’m a busy mom. I’m a single, working, homeschooling mom. This is an almost impossibility, yet it’s about survival. But more than that—it’s radical thriving.
I’m not saying you must drop all your responsibilities and go on a twenty-day tour all over Europe, spending every last cent of your savings, forgetting about the attention your son needs with his schooling for the next few months.
No, I’m saying, think of your needs for a change.
Take time out to do something just for you.
Something you love.
But don’t stress about it having to be something perfect. It doesn’t have to make you euphoric. It may even frustrate you because you’re trying so hard to enjoy yourself.
Do it anyway.
Do it often. Spend a few moments every day doing something you love, whether it’s reading that latest Mills and Boon, chilling in front of Netflix with your favorite series, or cooking up that batch of double-choc biscuits that you want to imbibe several all in one go of with your favorite caffe latte. Use a gorgeous coffee mug and your favorite plate.
Or go outside on a warm summer’s night, set up a beach towel on the grass, and stare at the stars. Even if you’re in the city, you’ll still see a few from your window.
Pamper yourself.
I’m not saying splurging so that your finances cause you stress; I’m saying treat yourself to something so lovely and romantic—albeit small and simple—fulfil that longing that you have to be loved, adored, and cherished. Do it to yourself. Even if you have a fantastic partner, find the time to give yourself this gift today. Pleasure yourself. Revel in it. Find what you enjoy.
But by all means, splurge if you can. If you wish.
And the greatest gift you can give is to make it a habit from now on.
Sure, you’ll have some difficult days when you don’t get a chance. That’s not for you to feel guilty about. Accept it and plan to do it the next day. We all have very busy days at times or days that hit us hard with challenges and experiences that leave us dry and battered. It would be wonderful if you could pamper yourself on those days too, because it would restore you a bit, but if you can’t, no stress.
Be your own best friend.
Be your lover.

Daily Affirmation: I am wholly loved and adored by The Universe. I am worth receiving everything good. I am worthy to be cherished and pampered. I am a vessel of pure love to myself and the world.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Introducing Zaheera Walker and Her New Novel - Desecrated

Today, I want to welcome fellow South African writer, Zaheera Walker, who is spotlighting her new women's fiction novel, Desecrated. This book is packed with raw emotion! It also highlights the horrors of violence against woman. I had the privilege of being the editor for this amazing work. Note: it is 18+ and tread carefully if you are a sensitive reader.


Rosina Khan has scars on her heart – a secret from her past. Risking everything she makes a run for her life – fleeing Johannesburg for Durban. Welsh-born cardiologist Dylan Evans is in town for two reasons, to care for a patient and to heal his broken heart. Dinner is on his mind and he needs a date – nothing more. Just one fleeting moment under the moonlight is enough for Rosina to fall chin-first for his propriety and charm. Dylan can’t stop thinking about her once home in the UK and takes a chance at love again. They meet up for a getaway in Cape Town. Their flirtatious game of pretend comes to an end. This is real! They were destined to be together by the Fates but one thing stands in the path of their happiness – Tradition. The family Rosina ran from insists she marry her own kind. They desecrated her past and now they intend on destroying her future too. Rosina is in conflict - be a good daughter or stay true to her own heart. It took a heart whisperer to heal her heart from all the trauma; the choice should be easy. The problem with life is the path to happiness is rarely obstacle-free.

Short Excerpt:

“The best love is the kind that awakens the soul, that
makes us reach for more, that plants the fire in our hearts
and brings peace to our minds. That’s what I hope to give
you forever.”

Then, I fold the paper and tuck it into my pocket.

This is it. The moment I waited for since forever.

“Rosina, meeting you was no mistake. You remind me of
an unexpected blossom in the cesspit of life, a tough yet
tender flower. I did not know what it was like to feel love
until I met you. You have made my eyes smile since that
evening under the moonlight. You have enchanted me,
you have challenged me without knowing it and you have
made me believe in love again. You have showed me that
the gentleness of a woman still exists. My heart skips a
beat whenever you are near. You are my forever friend,
my confidant and a big part of my life. You are the
woman to my man. My Cinderella. With every part of
me, I will love and cherish you. I will protect you and
with my flesh I will honour you. I will support and
encourage you to be all that you can and want to be. I am
so proud to take this journey of love with you.”

About the Author:

Zaheera Walker is a self-published South African author of contemporary romance. In addition, she is the author of DEADLINE, a romantic suspense set in her hometown Durban as well as Beautiful Chaos. Her goals in life are simple – to inspire people to turn their dreams into reality, to write stories that others are too afraid to talk about and to never be on a flight that loses its black box. Follow her blog www.daretobedifferentsite.wordpress.com or drop her an e-mail at zaheera.zn@gmail.com 

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By the Way, Check This Out if You're in Joburg:

Desecration is being launched on Saturday, 24 February 2018 at the Palm Continental Hotel in Mayfair, Johannesburg.

Friday, January 5, 2018

Spotlight - Mission Trip, Genesis and Exodus

Today, I want to welcome fellow Clean Reads author, John Theo Jr. He is putting the spotlight on his Christian Dystopian Novel. The book releases on the 9 January!

Mission Trip, Genesis and Exodus

John Theo Jr.

Can an imprisoned son and a redeemed technocrat rescue humanity?


Mission Trip, Genesis and Exodus is the sequel to Mission Trip. In 2077 Doctor Kyle Faison remains trapped on the west coast of New America with a group of villagers he came to help. His father, Landon, races from their hidden underwater city to rescue his son. When Kyle goes missing, Landon tracks him to the city of New Sacramento, where a charismatic leader holds him captive. Landon must find a way past an army of soldiers to reach Kyle before the onset of another nuclear war.

The origin of the underwater city known as the Atoll is revealed in a prequel flashback woven throughout the story. In 2040, technocrat Josiah Saunders has wealth and power and invests much of his resources into life extension technology. He ruins countless lives trying to reach this goal. The combination of a hostile takeover by his competitor, and a failed assassination attempt, send Josiah fleeing into the subway system of New York where he is attacked and left for dead. The narcissistic man soon realizes God has other plans for him, but first he must be broken and rebuilt as a new creature.

About the Author:

John Theo, Jr. has published numerous articles in New England based newspapers and magazines, and has taught screenwriting at the college level. Mission Trip, Genesis and Exodus is his fifth fiction novel and the sequel to 2016’s Mission Trip (Clean Reads Press). John holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, MA. For more information on John check out www.johntheo.com.

Social Media Links for John:

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_tXTp-mEENYHe2Ex3LJeXg
Twitter: https://twitter.com/search?q=john%20theo&src=typd
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=579062130

You can find the book trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1LBjsWLBbY


The next morning, an explosion woke Josiah from his light sleep. The building moved slightly.

“Open daylight,” he said, throwing aside the silk sheets.

The tinted windows in the penthouse bedroom cleared, revealing the gray early morning skyline of New York. Nothing looked different. Had he dreamed of the explosion? A moment later, flaming debris flittered down outside the windows. Josiah’s stomach dropped, as if following the debris toward the street below.

The speaker on his data pad chirped. “Coming up to get you.” It was Ross. “We're under attack. This isn’t a drill.”

Josiah panicked for a moment before he remembered all the reinforcements and safety measures the building had. It would withstand multiple attacks from a varied assortment of artillery and biological warfare. But why hadn't the alarms kicked in? He threw on a pair of dress pants, shoes, and a sweater, and grabbed his tablet. He wasn’t going to wait for Ross. Before Josiah left the apartment, he glanced one last time out the living room window. There were two sparks of light a few miles in the distance. Trails of smoke followed the flashes through the early morning skyline.

The tablet in his hand spoke in a calm male voice. “Warning. Incoming rockets.”

Friday, December 22, 2017

Author Interview and Spotlight - Pravina Maharaj

Today, I'm thrilled to welcome fellow writer friend and Durbanite Pravina Maharaj to my blog. I had the privilege of being the editor for her debut full-length novel.

Do you enjoy murder mysteries? Well, Pravina has written an amazing, gripping murder mystery / romance. (I'm really impressed by her ability to intertwine a complex mystery plot with a well-developed romance at the same time. Not an easy feat, I'm sure.)

I'm putting the spotlight on her book, Angel of Ice, and I've also interviewed her. This is her debut full-length so she's very excited and nervous too, I'm sure. She's also one of the authors who took part in the anthology for charity - Second Chances.


A blond female was lying facedown, at the feet of an angel toward the rear of the stage, her arms and legs sprawled out. Laura glimpsed one half of the woman’s face. Her blue eyes were open and glazed, her frosted lips parted slightly. An ice pick was lodged in her left shoulder blade. Scarlet blood stained the white ice.

When PI, Nick Holt is hired by wealthy industrialist Reginald Baxter to find out who murdered his granddaughter Cindy Capwell, in the small town of Edenville, the last thing he needs is a meddling florist to distract him with her alluring beauty.

Laura Fenwick is determined to figure out who killed her friend and insists on aiding Nick in his investigation. In the pursuit of the killer, passion explodes between them, and Laura realizes a danger far greater than trapping a killer: it’s having her heart captured by a man who doesn’t believe in love.

Angel of Ice is a keep-you-on-your-toes suspense and romance. The romance is deep and hot, the plot complex and well-paced, and the characters will keep you glued to the pages. You’ll try to solve the puzzle along with PI Nick Holt and Laura Fenwick.

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Author Bio and Interview:

Pravina Maharaj is a radio producer living in Durban, South Africa. When not scripting radio shows, she loves writing short fiction and passionate contemporary romance. Her debut romance novel is Angel Of Ice.

She loves hearing from listeners - connect with her online:-

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PravinaMaharajAuthor/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/pravinamaharaj8

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pravinamaharaj/

Blog: https://chaptersofmyworld.wordpress.com

What is the best thing for you about being a writer?

That I get to create different worlds and characters. And I get to direct the events that will unfold in the lives of these characters. Although some characters tend to veer off in a different direction from what I planned. Things certainly get interesting when that happens!

What is the hardest thing for you about being a writer?

It is finding the time to write! I have a day job as a radio producer and it’s a challenge to juggle work, family and personal commitments with my writing. I find I have to carve out some time each day to devote to my writing or I will lag behind on my projects.

What genre/s do you write and what genre is your latest release?

I’ve always read more romance and occasionally mystery and thrillers. So I started out writing romance. Angel of Ice is a romantic suspense and I loved the challenge of blending romance with mystery. I had fun mixing up the genres.

What essential things have you learned about writing in the last year?

I had done a novel writing course a few years ago and whilst working on Angel of Ice, I found myself really getting to grips with the key elements that make up a novel and putting it all into practice. From plotting, to characterisation, to creating atmosphere, writing convincing dialogue and point of view which I found particularly tricky. And then there was creating conflict and also ensuring that the motivations of the primary characters was strong enough to carry the story through.

Who is your favourite heroine from your books and why?

I would have to say it is Laura Fenwick my heroine in Angel Of Ice. She is strong, independent, brave and she certainly knows how to take care of herself. She also is grounded in her feminine power and her creativity and passionate nature round her off perfectly.

What type of hero do you like? Super alpha, wounded or somewhere in between? Or even something totally different? You could give an example from a movie or well-known book.

I think definitely somewhere in between. I like a hero to be a bit arrogant, to have a commanding presence but also to have a vulnerable spot that just makes him more human or which can show off his tender and sensitive side. I think my ultimate alpha hero would be Jane Austen’s Mr Darcy from Pride & Prejudice.

Tell us about your journey in writing this book.

Angel of Ice actually started out as a short story for YOU magazine. As I wrote it, I suddenly realised that a short story couldn’t do justice to Nick and Laura’s romance. So it evolved into a full length novel. Along the way, I had to research forensic details and also speak to a medical professional regarding the autopsy scenes etc. I’m a huge fan of forensic TV shows such as CSI and Bones etc. So it was a good challenge to write about a murder mystery and add in all the little details to make it convincing. 

Tell us three quirky or interesting things about yourself.

1. I like talking to angels and I do angel card readings. My favourite angel is Archangel Michael who I call upon daily for protection and guidance
2.  I’m vegetarian
3.  I’m a huge animal lover. I have four dogs Ria, Leo, Snowy and Jasper and an African Grey Parrot named Sage. They basically rule my house!

What rituals do you use to help you focus or get the words down on the page e.g. music or a snack?

I practice a technique called Right Brain writing which was taught to me by Felicity Keats Morrison. And I listen to classical music – my favourite is Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.

Mention something unique about your books and your writing style.

I try to write the kind of books I enjoy reading. Which is fast-paced, with engaging characters and an interesting plot with a couple of twists and turns along the way. My writing style is in the mode of contemporary romance novelists.

What book would you like to work on next?

I actually have a completed novel which I am going to be sending out to publishers in the new year. It’s part of a series featuring three Indian brothers living in America. While I await feedback from publishers about the first book, I’m going to start writing book two in the series.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Spotlight and Review of A Marchioness Below Stairs

Today, I want to welcome my writer friend, Alissa, to my blog. Her Regency romance is now out! I had the privilege of reading and reviewing it before it even came out on pre-order!

A Regency Romance

About the Book

Escaping from Bath and the news that her former love is about to marry another, Isabel, the young widowed Marchioness of Axbridge, accepts an invitation to her cousin’s house party. Yet, instead of finding respite, she stumbles into a domestic crisis of majestic proportions: The kitchen servants have succumbed to the influenza.

If that weren’t bad enough, her former sweetheart arrives with his fiancée, seeking shelter from the increasingly hazardous snow storm. Trapped inside Chernock Hall with a volatile mix of house guests, including abolitionists and slave owners, Isabel wishes she could hide below stairs for the duration. But, alas, she cannot. While helping in the kitchen, Isabel is cornered by her cousin’s disreputable friend, Marcus Bateman, who challenges and provokes her at every turn.

At last, the storm subsides. However, the avalanche of repercussions cannot be undone. Caught in the grip of the terrible winter of 1813, will Isabel’s greatest threat come from the weather, her abolitionist views, or from falling in love again?

If you love traditional Regency romances, you'll adore A Marchioness Below Stairs.

About the Author

Alissa Baxter wrote her first Regency romance, The Dashing Debutante, during her long university holidays. After travelling the world, she settled down to write her second Regency romance, Lord Fenmore’s Wager, which was inspired by her time living on a country estate in England. Also the author of two contemporary romances, Send and Receive and The Blog Affair, Alissa currently lives in Johannesburg with her husband and two sons.

About the Publisher

Founded in 2007, Regency Reads specializes in Regency and Georgian era romances. In addition to publishing new titles, Regency Reads offers an extensive catalog of previously (paper) published fiction in the form of ebooks. We provide ebooks in ePub, PRC/Mobi, and PDF – all the formats you need to enjoy these classics on the device of your choice.

A Marchioness Below Stairs
By Alissa Baxter
On Sale: November 15, 2017
ISBN: 978-1-947812-00-0

Regency Reads | 181 pages | $5.00

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My Review:

The story is about Isabel, a widow from a stifling arranged marriage, who wishes to remain single and maintain her independence. But she can't ignore the handsome reformed rake, Lord Bateman. Through a series of adventures and mishaps she finds herself in due to her fiery spirit, Isabel discovers Lord Bateman to be different from any man she's known.

I've never really enjoyed Regency stories, but I was keen to give this one a try as I enjoy Alissa's writing. I wasn't disappointed. I didn't feel bogged down by the language and manners in this book; instead I was quite fascinated by the lifestyle and ways portrayed in this lovely novel. It was written in an interesting and compelling way.

Although this was predominantly a romance, I felt it was more than that. The story spoke about a strong woman who stood up for her truth and freedom, and fought for justice and human rights. I thoroughly enjoyed the rich history in this book and how the heroine was a woman beyond her time. The book was infused with some tension and suspense too.

To top it off, the hero wasn't bad either.

Friday, November 10, 2017

He Completes Me

I hope Elric2012 doesn't mind me copying this from Deviant Art.
What a beautifully crafted Strength card - from his tarot deck that he's creating.

So, this guy befriends me on my author Facebook account. My privacy settings are much lower on that account, because I use it to promote my books, and I don't want to turn people away. I accepted his friend request. Then he starts messaging me and asking me personal questions. He lives in a country in Northern Africa. I ask him what he wants, stressing that I don't do long-distance relationships. Really, how can you get to know someone who you never see and when you do see them, it's just for a holiday? You don't get to see them in real life, how they respond to situations, and how they get on with friends and family. It freaks me out! That's why I don't do these things.

I've heard of so many people being scammed through a man who messages them on Facebook or a dating site. He romances them with flattery and romantic words, then asks for money so he can fly to their country and visit them. Some women actually send the men money and then find out it was a scam. I heard a story recently about a total jerk who managed to convince a woman to fly over to his country to meet him (they'd actually met previously but briefly) and then told her it was a joke - a bet he'd made with his friends that he could get a really ugly woman to do his bidding! She was devastated, as you can imagine.

Back to my situation: this online man gets upset with me and accuses me of being racist because I wasn't interested in chatting. I stressed again that I'm not interested and that it's nothing to do with race, but because it would never work and how can he want me so much if he knows nothing about me? He responds with a message, saying he really wants to come and visit me and build a life with me! Sigh... I just ignored him and I've unfriended him.

It makes me think of how desperate women can get for a man that they will get taken by these fellows. Ladies, we don't need a man. They enhance our lives (if they're good men); they don't complete us. Really, we need to find our happiness in ourselves first.

As a writer and editor of romantic fiction, I now have an aversion to books where the woman is now complete when she finds her "perfect" man. What utter crud! We are whole and complete on our own. Yes, having a partner to share our lives with is beautiful and wonderful, but if we tap into God's love and love ourselves enough, that big, gaping emotional hole won't be there. And then we won't feel desperate to fill it with the first guy that comes along. And then get used and abused along the way.

So, in the meantime, while I wait for that moment when I meet the right man, I'm working on filling up that hole and loving, respecting, and appreciating myself. Validating myself! Wahoo!

We're powerful creatures - women. We don't have to give away our power to anyone. Tame the beast like in the picture above!

Tiny Buddha is brimming over with wisdom, as always. I love this article:


I don't know if you've ever watched a movie or series and it's deeply impacted you in some way. Well, I couldn't keep quiet about the BBC Merlin series any longer. Last night, we watched the final two episodes of the series. I was deeply emotional for hours afterwards. This series is seriously one of the best things I have ever watched. It comes on par with the Harry Potter books (because although watching the Harry Potter movies was great, I already knew what was going to happen). 

The series is about a young man, Merlin, who takes on the position as servant of Prince Arthur. He's a sorcerer and magic is forbidden in the land. Sorcerers are punished with the death sentence, so Merlin must keep his magical abilities, given to him from birth, a secret. But he certainly uses them constantly (and somehow secretly) to save Arthur's life because he believes Arthur will bring peace and prosperity to Camelot one day.

Please proceed with caution due to possible spoilers:

Firstly, there is a strong "gospel" message in the story. King Arthur epitomises the true and just king who wants to bring peace into the world. He often shows mercy to people who don't deserve it and he often chooses peace over war. His willingness to give his life for his people shows the true heart of God. I wouldn't say he always does it as he is human and flawed, but the contrast between him and his father Uther remind me of the fundamentalist view of God as opposed to the Christ-like view of a loving God who never sends people to eternal hell or kills whole nations, as some people interpret from the Bible. Merlin is also a lot like Jesus - the most powerful sorcerer (miracle-worker) who ever lived, but the one with the true servant's heart who never wants any credit for the many times he saves the lives of others. 

Secondly, they somehow got me so invested in the character and stories that I can't stop thinking about it and I became deeply attached to the characters. That is the mark of a true story - brilliantly crafted, where you are taken into their world and feel like you're a part of it. I have not seen anything like it on TV.

The inner character and metal of the main characters are great for young people to watch (and also adults) to show us what a true hero looks like. It's feel-good, moral, and yet real and funny at the same time.

I think they chose great actors for the series. I just love Merlin. I love Colin Morgan - the very Irish young man they chose for the part. What I like is he looks like a real everyday person and not a Hollywood cut-out doll. Oh, and those piercing blue eyes that look right into your soul!! Arthur is cute as a button, and Bradley James suits the part perfectly. I love the chemistry between Arthur and Merlin. I think the fact that the two actors were good friends helped bring that chemistry into the show. They really worked well together. I love that they chose a lady of colour for Guinevere. And Angel (yes, that's her name) is perfect for the role. And who doesn't love a cleverly thought-up villain (or should we say villainness?) Morgana had her reasons for turning bad and although not excusable, we see the pain that has brought her to that point.

I highly recommend you watch the series. It's long, but you won't regret it. If you're a fantasy nut like me and obsessed with dragons and magic (like me) you won't be disappointed. 😊

If you want to learn more about the series and see a few pics, this is a good article:

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

The Forest by Krista Wagner

Today I want to welcome fellow Clean Reads author, Krista Wagner, who is sharing about her new middle-grade / young adult fantasy release, The Forest. This book looks amazing.


The Forest is a middle-grade/young adult fantasy about a bullied high school boy who encounters a life-changing mystery inside of a magical forest. In the sequel to her middle-grade fantasy The Gold, Krista Wagner fast-forwards seven years to show us what has become of Shane Smith, the fifth-grade bully from The Gold. Tired of his dad's abuse and his teacher's mistreatment, Shane takes a walk inside of a forest. Little does he know that the forest contains mysteries that will forever change things for him. Will he be ready to face the sudden shift in his world?

When abused Shane escapes to the forest, he encounters a miraculous mystery.

Mini Excerpt: 

He didn't like not understanding things; it made him feel stupid, and it only confirmed his dad's verdict that he would never amount to anything worthwhile.  Huffing out of frustration, he moved forward until the edge of his shoe touched the brink of the forest. He was going to show his dad that he was somebody.

Reader Reviews:

The Forest is well crafted, and passionately told story about Shane, and the many issues he faces growing up. The attention to detail weaves a rich tapestry that embraces the reader, taking us from the harsh reality of abusive adults to the mystical, alluring forest with ease. The issues Shane faces will be familiar to many youth, and I'm sure they will connect with this well written story. It will be well-received by young adults across the globe.--Susan Day

In this YA Fantasy novel, The Forest, Krista Wagner entertains, informs, and encourages her readers once again! This story, a sequel to her previous work, The Gold, follows seventeen year old Shane Smith into a tumultuous life of emotional and physical abuse at the hands of his alcoholic father. Shane’s authentic anxiety and hopelessness is immediately transferred to the reader, as well as the peace, joy, healing, and renewal that he finds in the forest. Wagner’s fearless ability to tackle extremely heavy subjects with skillful and open dialogue is a hallmark of her writing. This is a beautifully written book that will fill the reader with a confident hope. Turn the page. “The Forest” awaits!!--Karen Wiser

The Backstory:

In my MG fantasy The Gold, ten-year old Amanda Greene is constantly teased by her classmate. Shane the bully. I thought it would be interesting to see what becomes of him and if he ever learns from the choices he makes.

About the Author:                                                                                                  
Krista Wagner is a 70's product best known for her spiritual suspense and fictional realism. In addition to being a recipient of the Reader's Favorite 5-star seal, she has been praised by award-winning screenwriter Sean Paul Murphy for her writing skill and strong plotting. Wagner holds an MFA in Creative Writing and is an English associate instructor with an indispensable faith in Christ.

I'm also a 70's product. 😏 Congrats on your awards!!

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