Unasked questions

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It took a life-altering crisis to make me realize that despite having known my mom for 50+ years, I didn’t know who she was as a person in her own right. I had firsthand knowledge of many of her trials … Read More

Books! Books! Books!

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In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I decided to put “Lucky at Love” on Free Promo thru February 15th to give readers a chance to look at love from Jake Sorenson’s unique perspective. The character of Jake was inspired by … Read More

Talk to me…

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Since before humans had the ability to speak, we had the compelling need to share our thoughts. Pictographs dating back thousands of years have been studied for the information those ancient civilizations wanted to pass on to others. Once we … Read More


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If you’re like me, memories are a bit of a puzzle. Why, for instance, do I remember completely inconsequential bits of trivia, yet sometimes have trouble remembering things of vital importance? Or why have some memories from my childhood survived … Read More

The Gift

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While I was working on “Finding Ruth”, a fear lurked in the back of my mind that my mom would never get a chance to see it. Or if she did hang in there long enough, the Alzheimer’s might be … Read More

Finding Mom

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If you’ve known a person your entire life, you may believe you really know them. But with parents it can be different; what we as children see is often the side of them we’re meant to see—the side carefully constructed … Read More

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