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    • Thanks so much for the compliment. I think insecurity is a real obstacle for writers. Also, writing is difficult.It takes a lot of patience, concentration and passion. The passion, I think is the most important. Without it, writing becomes boring.


      • The passion is our driving force. They say, we are our own worst critics! We all have our moments, we need to climb back up on the horse, sometimes a little push is all it takes!

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  1. I bought this on my new iPad – even though I have and Eiffel Tower of book waiting to be read. I just checked to make sure it had arrived and before I knew it, I had read the whole of the first story. Great, clear, vivid, moving writing. Thanks. I will keep the rest of it for when my conscience is a little clearer of the other books waiting, but I am really looking forward to it.

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  3. I have just read 4 of your books and getting ready to start Mourning Has Broken. Your writing about women finding themselves was so inspiring and thought provoking. You as a writer,’m have wonderful insight into women and their thoughts, insecurities and questioning who they are. As a recent widow, and early 70’s, I myself, am trying to find myself and where I am going with my life. Starting over reminds me of my 20’s! Thank you for your boooks and writings!

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  4. Carol, thanks for stopping by my blog again as I pour my heart onto the page. I just purchased your memoir on grieving. I know it will help me. I am editing again and formatting for other authors. I hope to be writing again soon. It was four months last Monday that I became a grieving widow. It seems like yesterday. I guess it always will. –Deborah

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