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Tag Archives: A-Z April Blog Hop Challenge
This time last year I wrote about being on a Journey during the #AtoZChallenge. That journey continues, and once again my path is twisting and turning as domestic challenges appear and new battles are fought. Where will it end? I … Continue reading
We have reached the end! Today is the last day of the April #AtoZChallenge 2016, and what a month it has been. I admit this has been a rather tough challenge. Right at the beginning of the month, I decided … Continue reading
I am a witch. It took a long time for me to accept this label. I’ve always loved the romantic notion of a witch, I lapped up the pop culture when I was younger (Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Morticia Addams), … Continue reading
Who here is familiar with the idea of riding the vortex? I’m talking Law of Attraction. This is a concept I came across around ten years ago, a few years before I wrote and published my first novel. I was … Continue reading
Why do I write paranormal romance novels? Why am I fascinated with supernatural creatures, especially vampires? I do not know. I simply acquiesce to my Muse, and I allow her words to flow. Right now I am immersed in a … Continue reading
Early this year I decided to call myself the Pagan Housewife for the purposes of my blog. I felt like I needed something to encompass the subjects I write about, and since I write about aspects of daily life, my … Continue reading
Being a novelist is a dream come true for me, quite literally. Of course, it didn’t come about in quite the same way that I imagined when I was a child. Back then I saw novelists as mystical, magical beings … Continue reading