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My word for 2019

It’s a new year. Yes, it’s a time for resolutions and goal setting, but it’s also a time for reflection. A time to look within, to review what’s behind us as we prepare for what’s ahead. As a self-proclaimed lover of lists, you can bet I’ll be writing out bulleted lists of goals and scribbling…

8Sentence Sunday (4): A Break in the Clouds

For this week’s eight, I’m taking you back inside To Catch A Fetch. In this scene Devyn and Ronan are driving through the Pennsylvania countryside on a gray morning. The time spent on the road softens Devyn’s resolve and she begins to ask questions about Ronan’s claim to be a ghost hunter. He uses the…

8Sentence Sunday (3): The Scent of a Woman

No, I’m not referencing the Al Pacino/Chris O’Donnell flick from the early 90’s (what was his catch phrase? Hoo-ha! or Whoo-yeah! or something…). I’m referring to a quiet moment between Rhys and Gabby – the main characters of To Hide a Haunt, the book that follows To Catch A Fetch. Rhys & Gabby’s story is…

8Sentence Sunday (2): Nuts for Nutella

  Today’s eight sentences are in honor of World Nutella Day (February 5th, which I believe is also National Pancake Day…at least, according to IHOP…oh, and yesterday Feb 9th – which was National Bagel Day. Did you get your free bagel?). Ronan Evans, the hero of To Catch A Fetch, is a man of simple…