Tonight’s Playlist and an Update

I suppose I could start off with the update, but I’m not going to. I’m going to make you wonder for a little while. Is it a good update? Is it a bad update? Time will tell.

Of course, I suppose you could just skip to the end of this post, if you’re really curious. But it’s going to be a short post because this is November. And we all know what November is. Or those of you who have followed me for a while know what November is.

National Novel Writing Month. Better known as NaNoWriMo. At least it is for those participating in it each year. What exactly is NaNoWriMo? That’s easy. It’s a worldwide challenge to see if authors can write the 50,000 word first draft of a novel in 30 days.

And yes, I plan to participate in it this year. In fact, I might have mentioned this a post or two ago, that I hope to write what was supposed to be the second book in the new series. But I’m thinking it might be the third, because of some timing issues. Will see though. As long as I can get it completed, I’ll be happy.

Now for the playlist…

Writing romance, you pretty much have to assume I love romantic music. And if you do assume that, you would be correct. If you followed my blog post for any length of time, you will note that I have used a couple of these songs on more than one occasion because they’re some of my very favorites. The third one is to though, I just don’t think about it quite as often.

Anyway, here they are, in no particular order. I’m going to offer an opinion here, even though you didn’t ask for one. If you have a special someone in your life, these would be really good songs to dance to.

Oops. I almost forgot about that update. It’s nothing really big. Not like his earth shattering or anything. But… I finished the first draft of the first book in my new series!!!!!!! 🙂

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Not Tonight, Dear, I Have a Headache

I have been thinking a lot about my life this year. Given the way 20/20 has gone, both for the world and for me personally, it’s not surprising that I would be reflecting on everything from my health to my career. And I’ve decided that it’s time to put more focus on the things that are most important to me.

At the top of the list, of course, would be my family, followed by a improving my health, and finally, my career. I’ll probably be writing about all of this stuff from time to time, but for now, I’m going to just try to get back to my blogging roots. That means posting about the things that I enjoy sharing with you. That will include recycling some of my older blog posts, from back when no one knew I had a blog except other authors. It will also include new posts on the subject of romance.

Hope you enjoy this post from September 8, 2012. I’ve updated it a little bit, including the font color. I decided I’ve used the plum color long enough. It’s time for a change – and everything, I guess. 🙂


Ha! Bet you think you know where I’m going with this post…and you couldn’t be more wrong. Believe it or not, sex isn’t the only thing that brings on the headache syndrome. Seriously. We’ve all been there, those times when Romeo or Juliet wants to do something that makes scrubbing the toilet, or dealing with the science experiments in the refrigerator, look like fun.  These are moments when we suspect that the delivery room doctor dropped our mate on the floor, head first, when they were born. But guess what?

Your mate isn’t always thrilled with the things you enjoy either.

Nope. You don’t corner the market on cool. In fact, I’d be willing to bet (were I a betting kind of person), that Juliet wants to run for cover when you announce that you’ve planned a romantic evening watching the Barfbowl Superbowl. And I’m sure that Romeo feels the same way when you decide it’s time to refurbish the bedroom. After all, fuchsia is so much prettier than brown…

But what can you do except suffer silently…if you want to keep the peace anyway?

Surprisingly enough, there are alternatives – unless you enjoy that whole martyr thing (and if that’s the case, it might be time to seek professional help).

Ladies…make the football game more bearable by accepting the fact that, while you might hate it, your partner does not. So grab a good book, or your knitting needles, and keep yourself occupied doing something you like. Then during time outs and halftime, pretend you’re teenagers and start making out.

Going to a car show – and not a car buff? Take the camera along. Both of you can take turns posing beside cars like you’re models. Chat with the car owners, always a nice way to spend your time. Ask if the two of you can sit in the backseats of the ones you like, and talk the owners into to taking pictures. Again, make out like you were in high school.

Guys…I’m going to have some trouble here because I don’t know everything you hate to do, but here’s one suggestion.

If hanging out with her friends and their boyfriends/husbands rates a 3,421,876 on the list of things you love to do, I understand that it could be hard to take. But if you want her to hang out with your buddies and their gals, suck it up and go. Try to be your charming self, talk with the other guys. And if it’s really a miserable situation, discreetly chug that little bottle of Syrup of Ipecac you hid in your pocket before you left. Then make sure you throw up in the main party area. Win/win. You’ve put a quick end to the get-together…and your girlfriend/wife will baby you because she thinks you’re sick.

Okay…for those of you who don’t know me well enough yet…that part about throwing up was a joke. The fact of the matter is, even though you might hate parties, the odds are better than good that you won’t hate everyone there. If you put forth a little effort to be sociable, you might just find yourself having a good time.

Stop being miserable…and start getting creative.

Instead of using excuses to get out of things you don’t like doing, or going along with it and hating every second of it…think of those activities as a chance to be with your mate. Give your brain a little exercise and start thinking. There’s almost always something you can do to make them more fun than usual. Except camping. Unless the tent is pitched on the floor of the hotel room. And I get to sleep on the bed. And order room service.

But… Will you be there for that football game? Or another episode of Friends?


See you next time for a new tip.


If you think that any of the suggested tips are a good fit for you, and you decide to give them a try, I’d love to know if you got the results you hoped for.  Although I can’t guarantee you’ll get any results, most people respond well to sweetness, consideration and attention.  Just remember, you will need to exercise some patience, and be consistent.  Anything worth having usually requires effort.

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I’ll bet you’re wondering what that number in the subject line means. Does it refer to money? Or does it have something to do with time? Nope. It’s actually the total of 3,900 and 1,728. And now you’re probably wondering what those two numbers mean, right?

Well, I’m going to tell you. This is my way of updating you on where I’m at with the new series. Currently, I’m at 3,900 words left to write in the first book, and 1,728 in book 3, Don’t even ask why I did book 1 and then 3 – because I don’t have a good explanation. If you haven’t figured out that I can be a little…different…well, I guess you know now. 🙂

But next month is National Novel Writing Month, a.k.a., NaNoWriMo, and that’s when I plan to deal with that middle book. Yes, there will be a book two.

Now, to change the subject abruptly here’s something that would shock you if you knew me better. If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you all know that I’ve been trying to do a low carb diet. What you might not know, is that I’m getting a little tired of cauliflower, cabbage, green beans, broccoli, and salads as the only side dishes to my protein.

And so, yesterday, I bought a butternut squash, a dark green squash I can’t remember the name of at the moment, and three small zucchinis. I also bought a bag of pre-cut butternut squash, cooked it, and whipped it with a little bit of butter, a little bit of brown Swerve (affiliate link, click here to learn more), and a little bit of sugar free maple syrup. Then I topped it with some chopped pecans.

Surprisingly, I didn’t hate it. But I didn’t love it either. I’m hoping that making it with a fresh squash, it will be better. I’m sure there were preservatives and chemicals in the precut stuff I bought, and I never like the taste of any of that stuff.

Here’s the picture. My favorite thing on the plate was the garlic Parmesan chicken. Someday, I might say the same thing about squash. I’m not going to hold my breath though. 🙂 🙂 🙂 If you have any squash recipes you just love, please feel free to share them with me in the comments section below.

Since I need to get back to work, I’ll leave you with a couple of the songs on the playlist I created for this series. Since it’s set in a beach town, I’ve found ‘yacht rock’ is the most inspiring music to listen to. Honestly? I’d never heard of yacht rock until two or three months ago – but I love it! 


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Why Men Should Read Romance Novels

I know. I know. I’ve heard all the arguments about why romance novels are a waste of time. They set women up to have unrealistic expectations. Expectations the average guy can’t hope to meet. They make us want things mortal men could never give us. They make us want Romeo, Albert Einstein, and James Bond -all rolled into Captain America‘s new and improved body. (by the way, that was an affiliate link – learn more about those by clicking here)

Oh yeah. And let’s not forget – he must have a bank account valued at slightly less than all of the gold in Fort Knox, a mansion requiring an army of maids and groundskeepers, and a collection of expensive sports cars.

Romantic, smart, suave, sexy/strong/brave, and rich. The perfect man.

Sure, there are books written with heroes like that. And maybe there are women who want that kind of man. But I’m going to step out on a limb and say that’s not the man most women dream about.

And why would we? If our bars are set that high, wouldn’t theirs be too?

Personally, I think most women would prefer the kind of guy who takes the time to read romance novels. Not erotica novels, but romance. The kinds of stories written about real men. Real men who aren’t afraid to roll up their sleeves and help around the house. Who put the toilet seat down. Who can prepare a meal. Or run a relaxing bath for a wife who has had a rough day. One who supports her and encourages her to be the best she can be. Someone who considers her safety and well-being important.

And – this is VERY important – a man who doesn’t think sex and romance are the same thing. Because, let me tell you, they’re not.

These are all great reasons for men to read romance novels. To make an effort to discover the things that make ‘her’ swoon, feel safe, feel important. And to see if they can figure out ways to apply some of that knowledge to their relationship. 

If I were a betting kind of woman, I’d wager a small fortune that if men would actually pick up those books – in the same way they’d pick up a book for any class they might be interested in – they’d learn a lot. And if they’d take it a step further and actually apply even a few of the things they would learn, their marriages/dating lives would improve greatly.

Because a woman who feels loved and cherished will almost certainly try to find ways too reciprocate. I’d call that a win/win, wouldn’t you?

Even as a scrawny, ninety-pound weakling, Steve Rogers was a better man than the bullies who picked on him. And, speaking of, I think it’s time to pull out my CD and spend some quality time with the Cap.

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Broken Links

Hey, everyone…

I apologize! I sent a newsletter with links for the Free Starter Library  (The Daddy Pact and A Prince on the Run), as well as letting everyone know that the Coach’s Boys and Royal Sweethearts series’ are no longer exclusive to Amazon, but in numerous online stores again.

And I used universal book links for each book. Unfortunately, some of the store links are not working correctly. I did get individual links for the two free books on the page though.

I’ve contacted the company and, hopefully, this will be resolved sometime tomorrow. If not, I will have individual links for all of the books up by the end of the week. I did try to send another newsletter, but I’ve hit my limit for today and can’t do that again until tomorrow. I’ll try again around midnight.

Again, I apologize for any inconvenience you may be experiencing because of this. 🙁 


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I Struck Chocolate Gold!

Oh my word! You know all those ideas people seem to get? The ones that make them hang their heads in shame and decide to keep their mouths shut and not tell a soul what they did? 

This wasn’t one of those ideas! 

Since deciding keto just wasn’t going to work for me and going back to the Trim Healthy Mama plan, I’ve been a lot happier. It’s a much easier diet to follow, and I love many of the foods I get to eat. And I just plain and simply feel better without added sugars and high glycemic stuff in my body.

But that doesn’t mean I don’t miss the things I’ve loved my whole life. And with that in mind tonight, I decided I was going to experiment. Because I had a craving for one of those old favorites.

Recalling how nicely the granular Swerve (affiliate link, click here to learn more) caramelized with pecans for a lovely chaffle one day, I thought … it’s got to work for this too!

And it did!!!! Take a look at this!

And this!

This chocolate is staying on the ice cream. It’s not sliding off. And it’s not melted chocolate bars or chips either. It actually turned into something similar to the dipping topping at ice cream parlors. And it was soooooo good, even Aria loved it!

Tomorrow, I’m going to make it again – and this time get exact measurements and times. I’m also going to see how something similar might work for a more traditional style no-bake cookie. 

This is how I made it (more or less)…

About 1/2 cup of granular Swerve
1 tablespoon granular Pyure
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
2 tablespoons soft butter
2 tablespoons heavy cream
a couple pinches of pink sea salt
1/s teaspoon vanilla

Mix the sweeteners and cocoa in small pan until blended. Add salt, butter, and cream and mix well. Over medium low heat, bring to soft boil and simmer 20-30 seconds, stirring pretty much constantly for the entire time. Remove from heat (seriously, take it OFF the burner) and stir in vanilla. Serve over low carb ice cream. Yum!

Editing to add that leftovers turn out like the kind of fudge you cook, so if you have any left, I’d put it in a small buttered dish.

I will say that if this is anything like the sugar-laden stuff I used to make, how it turns out can be different each time. Sometimes, it came out like a hot chocolate syrup. Other times it turned into a kind of soft, stretchy caramel-kind of thing the second it hit the ice cream. And then it could turn out kind of like hot fudge. Any way it turned out though was great!

Since I’ve only made the low carb version this one time, I don’t know if it’ll turn out different every time or not. The one thing I do know is there’s NO simmering this stuff for a minute or two. And there’s definitely NO letting it simmer without stirring it. More than the 20 or 30 seconds, and no stirring, will likely end up with a burned product that will wind up in the trash.

Oops. I totally forgot. Keep checking my Amazon page through October 1oth because I’m having an end of summer sale. Numerous books will either be free – or at reduced prices!

Anyway, I wanted to share this for any Trim Healthy Mamas or low carbers out there. This is good stuff!

Photo credit (chocolate swirl): Pixabay

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Everyone has them. Some are very visible. Some can only be found with things like x-rays or CT scans. Some though,  remain hidden no matter how hard you might look for them. Even a full body MRI scan wouldn’t be able to find them.

After this year, I have some very visible scars. Well, visible if I were to actually show them to people, but I don’t. Not because I’m ashamed of them – because I’m not. But for those scars, I wouldn’t be here today, so I’m totally okay with them. And maybe, on the one year anniversary of the last surgery, I’ll post a photo of my stomach. Maybe not. I’ll have to see. 

I’m sure most of you have physical scars too. And we all have the invisible ones, to one degree or another. Some aren’t so bad. Others might have made us wish for a physical injury because it would have been less painful.

I think those scars are the worst of all because they tend to change our lives forever. And not in a good way either. Chris Parker (A Harry Situation), and Jon Rambo (Her Best Friend Jon) were both heroes with scars, as are the heroes in the two books I’m working on.

In the fourth book in the Royal Sweethearts series, Quinn MacMahon suffers a devastating injury that could change his life forever. Those scars are a mixture of both physical and emotional. In the other book, Wesley Cooper’s are of the emotional variety. In both cases, these men are – let’s say lacking in ‘perfect’ hero qualities when their stories begin. Especially Wesley. But to say more would be giving away too much.

I will say that as I finish the final few scenes in one story, and begin the final edits in the other, I’m very pleased with the way both men turned out. From wondering if each was right for ‘the job,’ to making me swoon by the end, I couldn’t be happier with them.

I’ll start giving some snippets of scenes out when I can see the end in sight. Or at least see it more clearly than I do at the moment. But it’s not too far away now. And I hope, when you finally have a chance to meet these particular heroes, that you grow to love them as much as I do. 

As I was searching for a song to represent my guys, I couldn’t find one a perfect one. But a favorite by Matchbox Twenty comes close enough (and it’s Rob Thomas, people. Rob Thomas.). It also hit me that, surprisingly, Wesley is a Nicholas Sparks fan. A little unusual, I think. Then I realized that the reason he likes that author is because the stories remind him that there are no happily-ever-afters in life. Not in his anyway. Quinn is a bit like that too.

Amazing what my characters reveal to me over time. Things they knew all along. It just takes me a while to figure it out sometimes. 🙂


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This is a Test

I could say, “of the emergency broadcast system,” but I won’t. This is actually a test to see if I can start dictating things like this blog post, newsletters, and Facebook posts. So, just a quick warning, this post could be riddled with typos. And I have no plans to correct any of them, just because I want to see how it goes. And I thought I’d let all of you see how it goes too.

So far, I have to say that with the writing I am extremely impressed with the accuracy of this program. What program might that be, you ask. Why that would be called Dragon NaturallySpeaking, and if you click the link, you should know it’s an affiliate link – which means that if you click it and buy it, I could earn a small commission. It also means, that it won’t change the price for you at all.

The only time Dragon isn’t working quite as well as I would like, is if I first dictate into a voice recorder, and then play it back by the microphone on my headset. Still it’s just so much more accurate than it was when I was using a cheap microphone. Not that this is a top-of-the-line microphone headset, but it is better quality than what I was using last year. And the year before, actually.

That’s and of paragraph probably why I gave up on dictating stories, because it took so long to fix all the typos and errors, and to figure out what I actually tried to say, because translating from speech to text without Dragon was on nightmare.

I’m trying to not read through this to see what I said, and how it turned out, because if I do, my natural inclination would be to fix it all. If there’s anything to be fixed. And a quick skim, I have to say it looks pretty good to me.

And this is exactly why I’m doing this. This is why wanted do all the social media with dictation. I figure if I get used to speaking everything, it will be so much easier to dictate the stories. Right now I’m not doing too bad, but it’s kind of like putting me in front of an audience of a few hundred and expecting me to give a speech.

Trust me it wouldn’t go over well. I’m not comfortable in front of people, I never was. Taking drama and junior high to try and combat my shyness didn’t help at all. I am not as bad as I used to be by a long shot, but dictating is taking a lot of getting use to, and feels an awful lot like it did when I get up on stage at school.

Aria doesn’t have a problem like that. If I forget to close the door and she sees me dictating, I have to be really quick with pause button, because she’ll come up and start speaking into the mic with her nose almost against mine. I hope she always has that degree of confidence, but it does make dictating story is kind of interesting if I don’t hit that button and time.

So a quick update on the diet. I’m back on Trim Healthy Mama. Keto was great and a lot of ways. Within four days, I had cut my meals to twice a day, and had absolutely no problem fasting sixteen to seventeen hours a day. However as you all know by now, it’s been a rough year. A lot of you also know that I’ve struggled with thyroid -related fatigue for a long time. And the fatigue started coming back, even though it never completely gotten rid of it in the first place. That’s not all though, there were other issues that I wasn’t prepared to deal with right now. Possibly not ever.

So I will still be low-carb, just not keto low-carb. I’m going to be one of those people who shares photos of food. Until fall arrives, or the weather cools down a little bit, that foods can be served on paper plates. I have no furnace, it’s baseboard heating, which means no central air. And for some reason, whoever refurbished this house, put in a weird window so there’s no air conditioning in the kitchen. That means when it’s hot out, I try to avoid dirtying as many dishes as possible.

The reason I’m showing tonight at supper, is because I have been reading that cauliflower makes a good mashed potato substitute. Which I kinda knew but it wasn’t that great. Though what I’ve seen, made a huge difference tonight.

There is a need to drain the cauliflower really well. And I mean to press the moisture out with paper towels or a lint-free hand towel. It needs to be pretty dry. Then it needs to be beat really well with butter and heavy cream. I’ll be the first to admit it doesn’t taste 100% like mashed potatoes, but it’s really close. And with the little gravy on it it’s hard to tell the difference.

So that’s all there is tonight as far as updates, except for the picture which I’ll share below. And except for speaking the corrections when Dragon used the wrong word, and there weren’t that many, I’ve been pretty pleased with how this dictating of a blog post turned out.

I know I said I wasn’t going to fix typos, but what I’m talking about aren’t really considered typos. It’s more of a misunderstanding. And I need to train Dragon to understand what I’m saying. For instance when I said dictating above, Dragon first heard me say Dick Tate. So I told Dragon to fix it.

And now I’m going to say good night, post the picture and try to finish dictating a scene I started last night. Until next time, take care. 

Yes, it tasted as good as it looks.

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A Cancer Survivor

Normally, it’s a miracle if I make two posts in a month, but here I am, working on my second post of the day. For some reason though, I just feel like I need to do this one too.

Some people would call me a cancer survivor, as the title suggests. It sounds funny because I don’t feel like a cancer survivor. Why? Because almost as soon as it was found, it was gone. At least as far as the colon goes. The stuff on the skin took a little longer to get rid of – because those in power decided skin cancer surgery was elective and with the virus thing going on, I had to wait from February 4th until May 19th. Thank God I didn’t need chemo or radiation for either one of them

Back on topic though…

Why am I doing a second blog post today? Because I’ve been spending a lot of time educating myself about how to avoid getting cancer again. Granted, there’s a 90% five-year survival rate … but the farther away I get from the surgeries, and the better I feel, the bigger that 10% looks.

Yup. My odds of surviving the next five years are very good – but I want them to be better. 

My sister and I learned, through massive amounts of research when our dad was dying, that cancer cells thrive on glucose. That likely explained the fact that a cupboard at his place up north was filled with boxes of Little Debbie cakes. And why one of my aunts kept making him cream puffs with chocolate syrup. He craved carbs and sweets because his cancer cells needed them to grow.

If you’ve got half an hour, the video below explains it all very nicely. It’s what I plan to do for the rest of what I plan to be a long, healthy life. That, and intermittent fasting – but that’s a story for another day.

There’s no guarantee I’ll never get cancer again – but if I take away its main fuel source, the odds are much better that I won’t.

That’s why I’m sharing this video. I imagine most people who see this post aren’t going to be interested in going keto, and even more would say no to fasting twelve to sixteen hours a day. But maybe there are people like me, only they don’t know what to do to increase their odds for a long life.

I do – and there’s a lot more to be found on it than this one half hour video. This is just a place to start.

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If Wishes Were Horses…

…beggars would ride.

I don’t know why that old saying came to mind when thinking about a title for this post. Maybe because I wish I’d remembered to follow through with my plans to post a couple of times a week? Or because I wish I hadn’t put it out there until the habit was established?

No matter what I wished, I didn’t hit my new blogging goal. So from here on out, I will try to keep my goals to myself and shoot for the moon. If I get there – yay! If not, I’ll just keep trying until I do.

Today, I’m just going to do a quick update.

Because I still tend to tire a little more easily than I’d like, I’ve decided to give dictating another try. Why? Because if I can get comfortable doing it, I can talk a lot faster than I can type. And because I started something a year or so ago for a bedtime thing. Sometimes, I just read storybooks. Other times, I tell Princess Aria stories – starring Ms. Aria herself, with her supporting cast: Queen Grandma, Princess Mama, and Prince C.J. Depending on her mood, we have guest stars (like Gecko, Catboy, and Owlette – of PJ Masks fame).

We’ve gone swimming near a waterfall with mermaids. We’ve picnicked with Winnie the Pooh and his cohorts. Last night, our cat Max had to rescue Princess Aria after a magic rope pulled her to the top of a tree.

The cutest thing about all of this is that Aria asks me to ‘read’ her those stories. I really should encourage her to ask me to tell her a story, but she doesn’t see any difference between me reading an actual book, or making a story up for her.

Anyway, I figure if I can make stuff like that up out of the blue, I should be able to apply it to my writing. And it’s been working fairly well. Except Word (my writing program) seems to dislike a baby in one of the books I’m working on. It translated me saying ‘how light’ the baby was to him being homely. And then when the father asked if the hero was going to drop the baby (because he was scared to hold him), Word translated it to, “How are you going to drop the baby?” It’s good for some laughs, that’s for sure! 🙂

Moving on…

Cutting carbs and sugar out of my diet isn’t especially easy at first. So far, I”ve been easing in to keto by doing a bit of a combination of that and Trim Healthy Mama. Why? Because I started getting headaches from keto flu and didn’t want to take anything for it.

Sometimes, I’m pushing the limits though, like with the fish and chips I had a week or so ago. I was going to have salad for my side dish. I really was. But the kids were having fries and … well, I caved and had a handful of those. Technically, since I fried them in coconut oil too, I consider it kind of okay.

But the fish? Oh my word! It was wonderful! I used unflavored whey protein with some spices. You can see it in this group of photos (of the things I’ve eaten that are low carb). Yum!!!

Okay. I’ve rambled long enough. I need to run a quick errand – I need more eggs and salad fixings – and then I need to get to work. I’m trying to finish those same two books that are so close to being done … and I’m really hoping to have them done by-

Oops. I’ll keep that as a surprise. And if I meet the deadline, we’ll all be surprised. Including me. 🙂 🙂 🙂

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