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Snowed by my Sister of Heart-Stopping Suspense, Veronica Forand!
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Don’t fall in love with the man sent to kill you…
Lorena Rubio lived a safe, simple life until she’s kidnapped by Andres “Con” Conesa, right hand man for the drug lord who murdered her sister. Con must keep her at a cabin in the snowy Sierra Nevada Mountains until his boss can confirm or deny the rumor that she’d provided specifics about his drug cartel to the police. Their attraction ignites…
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How September 11th provided impetus for a story…
If you’re of a certain age, 9/11 resonates with you in the way Pearl Harbor did with the Greatest Generation.
We all know where we were when the planes hit the towers. Many lost loved ones or acquaintances, and we all have our stories. My younger daughter and her husband moved to New York City on Sunday 9/9.
On Tuesday morning, September 11, as the principal in an elementary school, I’d arrived at my regular time, around 7:15 to get a jump-start on the day. My husband normally left later for his downtown office to miss the traffic. He never went in that day after receiving a call from a good friend telling him to turn on the TV. Avoiding high-rise office buildings seemed a good idea.
Trying to keep…
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Amazing breakthrough for treating diabetes!
This weekend is a very important milestone for my grandson. It’s the one year anniversary of his trip to the emergency room where we later found out he was a type 1 Diabetic.
Since then it’s been a steep learning curve for the whole family, but most especially my daughter, who is a single parent.
I am in constant awe of her strength and determination to conquer this seemingly insurmountable mountain for the sake of her son.
She works continuously to make his life as near to normal as possible. Because as parents of diabetic children know, nothing is easy after they are diagnosed.
It began with insulin injections four times a day and blood glucose readings twelve or more times a day. That’s sixteen plus needles a day!
Now he’s on the OmniPod, an amazing device that attaches to his skin with an adhesive and only needs changed…
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How to write awesome guy characters…