Tag Archives: Massachusetts

The Spark for Heart of Ice

I need to confess something. I frigging love cemeteries. The old, beautiful ones that date back well over a hundred years. When I lived in London, I would stroll through Brompton Cemetery to let my mind wander. It’s a very … Continue reading

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Not Acting my Age

The other day, I strapped on my backpack, which was mostly empty, but I made sure I had a full water bottle. With my mask on, I went out for a walking adventure, doing my best to avoid people. Not … Continue reading

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So far 2020 has been hit or miss

I’m the type who likes to set ambitious goals. Really ambitious. I do this for two reasons: to push myself to achieve more and, clearly, I’m insane and enjoy punishing myself. To help keep me motivated, I’ve decided to share … Continue reading

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Is it weird that cemeteries inspire me?

My last post was about going to Fenway to do research for a book. But that’s not always possible. When penning Confessions from the Heart, the prequel to the Confessions series, the two characters go to Mount Auburn Cemetery in … Continue reading

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Memories are funny things

When I moved from Colorado to Massachusetts back in 2006, I had good intentions of exploring the area. Then I got a job, settled into my apartment, made friends, and my goal of getting out and about got shoved to … Continue reading

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How can something so pretty cause so much misery?

It’s that time of year again when I constantly have to blow my nose and clear my throat. On top of that, I always seem to have a persistent slight headache and sinus pressure. For as long as I can … Continue reading

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