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Memes Matter, #3

Such a hard lesson to learn, especially for those of us who have serious “letting go” issues. ‚ÄúSome people believe holding on and hanging in there are signs of great strength. However, there are times when it takes much more … Continue reading

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Memes Matter, #2

It takes courage to come to terms with your sexual identity. Everyone’s journey is different. For some, it happens early on. For others, it’s complicated. I want to live in a world in which clergy can be your friend in … Continue reading

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Memes Matter, #1

I’m launching a series of memes as conversation starters on social media (namely, Facebook and Twitter) with messages that are relevant to the subject matter of my memoir this month, which marks the one-year anniversary of my book’s release. It’s … Continue reading

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Podcast Adventure

I’m delighted to introduce you to the “In The Ladies’ Room with Dr. Donnica” podcast series, hosted by Dr. Donnica Moore. She dares to explore a wide range of topics related to women’s health and all things personal with an … Continue reading

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Celebrating Diversity

I recently crossed paths with this splendid picture book written by Gayle E. Pitman, illustrated by Laure Fournier, and published by Albert Whitman & Company (May 2018). Available at your local bookstore or via amazon. With its eye-catching artwork and … Continue reading

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I Love Book Groups!

  Walking into a room full of people who have already read my book and want to talk about their reading experience is pure bliss! Here are some proposed discussion questions to start a lively conversation: What are three adjectives … Continue reading

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Lonely as a Cloud?

Yes, I bring my book along wherever I go! I give thanks for the words of this classic poem by William Wordsworth: “I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once … Continue reading

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