Gentleman Jack

Gentleman Jack

My husband and I were doing something, and he remarked, “This falls under ‘Truth is Stranger than Fiction.’ If it were done as fiction, no one would believe it.” Guess what we were doing.


Guess what I discovered during quarantine? How long I can play PvZ2? That I can’t cook? THat I am a bad handyman? Codenames Online?

During Quarantine

What I’m Doing During Quarantine

We’re all going a little stir crazy. Us extroverts a little more than others. So as a wildly extroverted person, I thought I’d share with you how I’m coping. Guess if any of these are true.

Books I Love | A Longer Fall by Charlaine Harris


I’m trying to get in the habit of telling people online about books I read that I really enjoy. My tastes are all over the place, so don’t expect consistency. You’re as likely to hear about my new tarot deck as a romance novel.

Happy Thanksgiving!

I wanted to pop in quickly before the holiday to wish you all a happy Thanksgiving and give you a quick update on what’s coming next year. I’ve had my head down writing day and night to create some super exciting new projects for your reading pleasure.

Ever Hear of Rejection Therapy?

Guess what it is: You eat lots of weird foods to find out what your body rejects most violently. You say “no” to at least one person a day. You go through your own closet and “reject” clothing by throwing it out. At least 28 pieces a day. Once there’s nothing left in your closet, you start on your things. It’s a quick way to a minimalist lifestyle. You do something daily where you know you’ll get turned down. Eventually getting told “no” won’t scare you, and you can start living life boldly. Answer: D – It is indeed a way to make yourself casual with being told “no.” The whole closet thing is a different technique where you discard 28 things a day for 10 days. It’s actually quite liberating, but that’s not where the idea for this book came from. In Sliding Home by Kathy Lyons—August 13, 2018 Brazen release—my …

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