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A Woman Needs A Woman to Pray To!

It is a frigid -2 degrees morning with glittering sun-gold snow mounds and I am in need of prayer. I’ve been weakened by the flu and the vicissitudes of life. And yet I am hopeful and grateful this day, even … Continue reading

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I Have to be About My Art!

It’s a new year and I have a new publisher for Norah: The Making of an Irish-American Woman in 19th-Century New York. My previous publisher, Lucky Press, went out of business and for months after, I couldn’t query publishers. I … Continue reading

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Hat Dreams

“When you wear a hat, you become the dream that started when the hat was conceived. The original energy that was put into the hat doesn’t die; it only changes forms and owners. The dream doesn’t die; it is passed … Continue reading

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Glorious Duties of Light

I never intended to write four novels about Norah McCabe (see my web site: http://www.cynthianeale.com for more information). Three historical novels about her life has taken a good deal out of my life. As a writer, I don’t study the … Continue reading

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Dancing in a Moon Beam

Dancing in any moon beam will do, but twirling in a beam of a super moon during summer solstice is otherworldly and magical, perhaps a once or twice lifetime experience. I’ve jigged and waltzed under many a full moon, but … Continue reading

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In Spite of Winter

Most of the deciduous trees in New England are disrobed and stripped of color when November’s end comes rolling in. Gardens should have already been put to bed properly so they can get a good winter’s sleep and be ready … Continue reading

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A Bitch Blip in Response

I was doing my morning chores of social media networking and read an article in Forbes by David Vinjamuri titled, Publishing Is Broken, We’re Drowning In Indie Books – And That’s a Good Thing. I immediately felt a bitch blip … Continue reading

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