Monthly Archives: May 2011

Breathe Summer Giveaway

Tomorrow is JUNE 1 Hooray!!! In honor of sand, surf, and summer romance I am giving away the Kindle edition of BREATHE to two people. To enter just comment on this post. I will then randomly choose the two winners from those who leave comments. Winners will be announced on June 2. Happy Summer!

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“What is an American Soldier?”

A few years ago, I wrote an article for the May edition of a family magazine. For my research, I went to a few elementary schools and ask kindergarten and first graders, “What is an American Solider?” This morning while drinking my coffee and enjoying my peaceful view of the Gulf of Mexico my mind went to the men and women who have died so that we can be free to have moments such as …

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When Teens Speak

The beach house was full of teenagers last night. So, I of course used the opportunity to listen while they talked. When adults are listening and not constantly judging teens tend to get very free with their speech. Granted, I was listening to their stories and thinking of my children asleep just down the hall wondering if I could lock them in their rooms once puberty hit. If only I could write the story of …

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Release Date=Panic

As most of you know already, about two weeks ago my first novel, Breathe, was released. What you don’t know is, I had a major breakdown on it’s release date. Literally, I went into a panic. The world would be able to read my words and CRITIQUE them! At different times during the day I swear I had a hard time drawing a deep breath. Emotions in the Glines house were critical. Everyone was so …

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Madame G

Fortune telling isn’t my thing. Fact is, I don’t want to know my future. The heavily jeweled ladies with their lovely glass balls, colorful cards and smoke filled rooms offering to tell me my future for money has never been a temptation. However, I have been tempted to pay them to leave me alone while walking the streets of New Orleans. Grabbing someone’s palm is really bad etiquette if you ask me. Anyway, for the …

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