Monthly Archives: December 2013

“Dare I Call It Murder?” in Good Company on Amazon

Nice holiday surprise today: Dare I Call It Murder?: A Memoir of Violent Loss is in good company on’s Top-Rated Books in Biographies & Memoirs. Thanks to the generally positive comments by reviewers, it’s nestled among books by two … Continue reading

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Solstice Summit, Solstice Solitude

Not a human in sight, nor a human sound to be heard, no jingling bells,no frantic shoppers, no “We wish you a . . . ” Just critters and silent trees sharing frosty mountain air, greeting the moment of winter—and the new … Continue reading

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Good Yule, Best Wishes for Happiness in 2014

Good Yule December 20, 2013 Good Yule . . . and may you smile more, laugh longer and attain new heights of happiness in the New Year. Thank you, again, for your support, encouragement and kind words for my book, … Continue reading

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Survivors of Violent Loss Honor Loved Ones, Sandy Hook Victims

Today, I attended and spoke at the Survivors of Violent Loss Holiday Memorial in San Diego. This event is always a bittersweet gathering, because the people in attendance have all lost a loved one—child, parent, sibling, niece/nephew, or dear friend—to … Continue reading

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