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Exploring the Writing–Gardening Connection
One day after working in the yard, I stood back and took a look at my handiwork. I had just finished pruning my lilacs and weeding a huge flowerbed. Everything seemed to be glowing and vibrating with a renewed energy. The yard looked better and felt better.

I always feel kinda bad about cutting back the lilacs, but then I thought, “The pruning needs to be done, otherwise everything gets overgrown and suffocated.”
Then it dawned on me that I’ve been doing the same thing with my writing—pruning and weeding what’s been long overgrown.
For the last two years I was in a cycle of writing new books while re-releasing my romances previously published by Amber Quill Press. Now it’s 2019 and I’m doing the same thing with my historical romances released by Medallion Press. (I guess that says something about small publishing houses, huh?)
I’m rediscovering the stories and characters after being away from them for many years. Each book is being revised, re-ed…

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