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  • My first novel started with a mole. Yes, a MOLE - a freckle, a birthmark, whatever you want to call it.
  • I was at the pool with my daughter getting ignored by our swim instructor when a lifeguard with a particularly ripped abdomen walked by. He stopped to flirt with one of the female lifeguards and my eyes flew directly to an adorable mole on the top can of his six-pack.
  • "How cute!" I thought (among other things). "He looks like a character in a romance novel!"
  • So I went home and started writing fiction for the first time. That was over a year ago and I still haven't been able to stop. GRAVY is the story of a suburban housewife who wants another baby, but gets a man with a mole instead.
  • GRAVY is now available on Kindle and Nook!

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August 26, 2004


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I should refrain from reading your journal to when I'm NOT at work, in a very public cube, and susceptible to crying my eyes out.

That was beautiful, and it was a moment I always wished I'd have. Instead, I ended up with a c/s, but that's for another journal.

I bawled at every episode of A Baby Story, too. Even the ones with a c/s. I can't watch it now that I've gone through it, though.


I watched all those baby specials in the months leading up to Sydney's birth. There was one on PBS showing the whole process from conception to toddler that was really cool. I wasn't afraid of the birth...right up until the moment it was time to push. Then I was terrified!!! But it was beautiful moment. (Painful, but beautiful.)

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