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Have you or a loved one been the victim of religion gone wrong? Or as I look at it, ever been firebombed by the blood of the lamb? My first book, The Protest, was inspired by the real-life religious … Continue reading
A new story will be released on April 1: From Ice and Snow. A Blue Moon Phase of the Heart will follow. It will be released this summer. After that, a short story, The Inheritance, will be released. If you would like to … Continue reading
From Ice and Snow is the axe that breaks the delusional ice capsules encasing Jane Bernard’s daughters, victims of religious hijacking. Find out how Jane gets her daughters back — and if she loses her marriage in the process. Continue reading
Love this blog piece on the culture that’s grown up around texting (click on the link below). I have learned the hard way that this is my life now — by that, I mean a year or so ago when … Continue reading
Originally posted on Some Small Solitude:
In November 2012, I was diagnosed with depression. Depression is an illness which provokes a wide range of reactions in people, depending on their own experiences. It is, to me, something intangible- just when…
Originally posted on Of Means and Ends:
“I’m not going to apply for the job because I want you to get it.” I was in my mid-20s and a promotion opened up in my division at work and I planned…
I’ve become enamored of a particular blogger, a writer who is very good at looking at what it takes to write, to not give up because writing is hard work, and to feel energized with a renewed sense of purpose that leaves … Continue reading
I’m working on a story that’s the second book in the series, Life Is Calling, and I hope to release it this summer. Jane Bernard (in her 40’s now) has lost her husband of twenty years after his battle with cancer. … Continue reading
Great blog post about the power of kick-ass women, beginning with Buffy!
Take advantage of the promotion going on today on Amazon and get your free copy of… Click here! And then click on “Buy Now with One Click” for your free copy. So be my guest, and tell a friend who may … Continue reading
From The Protest: “Shut up!” Bolivar bellowed. Steam rose from his mouth and nostrils like a bull.
“I hate Jane! If I don’t get out of here soon, I’m going to kill her or myself. Get me OUT of here!”
The angry dawn broke ranks with the night. An icy wind drove black clouds across the Rathcreek sky…
Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
We all have those moments when we feel like tapping out, but when should we complain and when are we being self-centered? I would love to say I have all the answers. Just…
Thank you, Anne, for a beautiful tribute to a beautiful human being.
From THE PROTEST: …Dad, who’s already ’bout as born again as you can get, is overdosing on his evangelical drug of choice.
The dancer twirled, whisked off the filmy wrap covering her shoulders and drew it under Dallas’ chin, enveloping them all in a dizzying haze of perfume. Her jeweled bodice heaved in a controlled slow motion, finger cymbals grew faster, shimmying … Continue reading
The Protest, coming soon! “…her life was like a Picasso among Norman Rockwells.”
Susie and I, the day before her surgery My sister Susie called on my cell phone while I was out in the hallway, talking to a student who was being disruptive, not bad disruptive, but I saw a need to … Continue reading