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Disclaimer: I'm neurotic. I don't know how I've managed to make (and maintain) friends. It's one of the eigth or ninth wonders of the world. I found out in March that I should have a mastectomy. Which gave me four months to obsess about it. And obsess I did. I joined a support group… Continue reading Where is my Neuralizer?!?!
...For the girls to go! If you don't know who the "girls" are you can...whatever. Boobs. I'm talking about boobs. By the time you read this, I will be in a deep sleep, undergoing a prophylactic bilateral under the muscle direct to implant mastectomy (say that five times fast). I have a few fears going… Continue reading The Time Has Come
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If you're new, start here. Joyce told Patrick she’d stay till Friday. She didn’t, however, say what time on Friday. And if there’s one thing Joyce hated, it was prolonging the inevitable. Nine in the morning seemed like a nice time to get out of there. After a quick goodbye to the new manager, Bob… Continue reading Epilogue
Good news! The first book in the Cambria Clyne Mysteries Series is on sale for only 99 cents on Nook, iTunes, Google Play, and Kobo. If you're new, start here. Joyce took a sip of grape juice. The Internet said this would help her quit smoking by releasing toxins, or something like that.… Continue reading Chapter Seven
If you're new, start here. The kettle whistled. Bob grabbed two mugs from the cabinet and poured them both a cup of chamomile. Joyce stubbed out her cigarette in the ashtray still smoldering from her last deposit and used the dissolving wad of Kleenex in her hand to dab her eyes. She hadn’t felt so… Continue reading Chapter Six