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NaNoWriMo is here!

Hello all!

I hope the month of November is treating you well. We are now 10 days into NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), and I am over 16,000 words into the complete overhaul of Heart Work. It’s stressful, exciting, and time consuming because you are committing yourself to 1,667 words per day. Some days it’s easier than others to write and hit that goal.

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Mini Troubles

Hello everyone!

A few weeks ago, my son and I were having a Mom and Me day when our Mini Cooper started having troubles. Long story short, it was the ignition coils. I ordered the parts, had to wait for them to come in, and then my son and I installed them. I started the car and everything has been working well.

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Heart Work – Chapter Four

Now, every time I witness a strong person, I want to know: What darkness did you conquer? Mountains do not rise without earthquakes.

Katherine MacKenett

The house was tidy, but there was a thin layer of dust over everything, like place hadn’t been cleaned in a few weeks.

Collin walked from the foyer into the living room taking in the dated furnishings of his youth. As he entered the kitchen, he noticed the sun faded paint on the walls, as well as the faded wood floors.

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Heart Work – Chapter Two

Ten years from now, make sure you can say you chose your life, you didn’t settle for it

Mandy Hale

Collin sighed as he shut off the computer. It had been a very long day, filled with more incompetence from Billy and putting out the fires associated with it.

As much as he wanted to choke and fire Billy, he knew that would never happen. Lucky SOB was the grandson to one of the partners. So, he could be a complete and total screw up, bumbling his way through everything, and good ol’ grandpa would come to his rescue.

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Heart Work – Chapter One

Collin sat behind his desk looking over the files his interns had brought him, wondering how he was going to survive his day.

At 36, Collin was well on his way to making partner at the law firm he had worked at for over a decade. Achieving that goal was all he ever wanted. He was so close. Collin would sacrifice anything to succeed.

“Jennifer, where are we on the Olsen merger?” He wasn’t sure how he had gotten the wallflower on his team, but at least she was competent Collin thought as he reviewed the file she had handed.

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