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Guest Blogger, Tyler Wittkofsky

Today, I’d like to welcome guest blogger, Tyler Wittkofsky. Tyler is no stranger. He’s been on my blog several times with author interviews and promoting his books. If you follow me on social media, you have probably seen some of Tyler’s posts. He is an advocate for mental health. Tyler is open about his own diagnosis and shares his struggles with the development of his … Continue reading Guest Blogger, Tyler Wittkofsky

Book Review: Chrome Pink (The Leeward Files Volume 1) – Tea, But With Coffee

Book Summary She has hope tattooed on her leg but carries the scars of self-destruction deep inside her soul. Rae Lynne Grimes is a survivor. A fighter. Set in the small fictional town of Leeward, North Carolina on the inner banks of the Atlantic Ocean, this suspense thriller brings rape survivor Rae Lynne Grimes face… — Read on teabutwithcoffee.com/2021/08/11/book-review-chrome-pink-the-leeward-files-volume-1/ Continue reading Book Review: Chrome Pink (The Leeward Files Volume 1) – Tea, But With Coffee

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Have a Heart

https://cota.org/campaigns/COTAforLainee/blog/our-story Our Story Posted June 2, 2021 Lainee Jordan is a 14-year-old girl who loves horses. She is awaiting a heart transplant and can use all the help and prayers out there! The Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA) helps children and young adults who need a life-saving transplant by providing fundraising assistance and family support. COTA is the nation’s only fundraising organization solely dedicated to … Continue reading Have a Heart

On Writing Roxy

There’s always been something a little more fun, maybe a bit more challenging to write a character who isn’t exactly good. Roxy is the youngest of the Harrell sisters, she’s spoiled, egotistical and a bit of a screw up, according to her family. Those who remember her from school would have labeled her beautiful, talented, even sexy…if they were being kind. She is the girl … Continue reading On Writing Roxy