For your reading pleasure:
Beginner’s Guide to the Occult – an excellent reference book for those interested in the different types of practices.
Essential Oil Magic – another excellent reference for anyone looking to work with essential oils.
Natural Remedies for Sleep – A definite must for anyone who has trouble sleeping
How Everything Turns Away – a 4 sparkler thriller that keeps you guessing
Bitter Thorn Tribe – The second book in the series follows “Keeper of the Grove” – how a modern woman deals with ancient battles and warriors
Hometown – a short, sweet romance with a HEA that satisfies.
Birthdays: Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875), Jim Arnosky (1946), Gail Gibbons (1944), Jane Hissey (1952), Jean Burden (1914), Jesse Kellerman (1978), Marguerite Gardiner (1789), Nelson George (1957), Timothy Zahn (1951)
Tip: This is back to school month for many schools. Take a trip to your nearest office supply store and look at all the neat things for students. What would you really like to have? New notebooks? A fancy pen? A new computer? Pick one object in your price range and buy it. Make a plan for future purchases you can’t currently afford.
Thought for the day: “The most important lesson my parents taught me is that writing is a job, one that requires discipline and commitment. Most of the time it’s a fun job, a wonderful job, but sometimes it isn’t, and those are the days that test you.” – Jesse Kellerman
Jumpstart: Edgar Rice Burroughs was the creator of Tarzan. Your character is meeting Tarzan as he gets off the boat in England for the first time. What are his/her impressions of the King of the jungle?