Category Archives: Thought for the day

Word Painting – The Weight of Sorrow

Sorrow can be a crippling emotion.  One of the things I love about good fiction is that it allows us to experience and learn how to process heavy emotions from a ‘safe’ vantage point – one that involves us emotionally … Continue reading

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Something To Which I Aspire…

Have you ever wondered how an author would describe you if you were a character in a book?  I’m not sure it would be entirely flattering in my case, but today I found a description I dearly wish was true … Continue reading

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Thoughts to Live By

Your thought for today comes from Captain Meda from Thomas Locke’s soon-to-be-released Merchant of Alyss: “There are few actions that bring greater satisfaction than knowing the right choice and taking it.” http://tlocke.com/legends-of-the-realm/merchant-of-alyss/ Free sample chapter from MERCHANT OF ALYSS by … Continue reading

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Thought for the day…

“A man with a scant vocabulary will almost certainly be a weak thinker. The richer and more copious one’s vocabulary and the greater one’s awareness of fine distinctions and subtle nuances of meaning, the more fertile and precise is likely … Continue reading

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