Writing Life

Yoga for Your Sex Life Now Available

Book 10 of Mojo’s Yoga Series is now available!

Discover how making use of yoga helps increase flexibility; sustain a healthy body appearance and confidence. You can do these poses alone as a workout routine or with your partner as great foreplay deciding on just a couple of poses.

There are yoga poses that benefit to your pelvic area to increase circulation and most important of all, increase your libido.


Third Quarter Goals

Summer is going to fly by. I know it. Not only do I have a scheduled trip to Europe, but husband came home and said that we need to go on a cruise. Even though I can write anywhere, I still need the internet for everything else. That’s just how things are nowadays.

The last two quarters I focused on my social presence. Although that is very important, I refuse to stress over it this quarter. My concern will be my writing. It’s the one thing I’ve wanted to do since I first got my hands on a Nancy Drew book.

So with that being said, here go my goals for the third quarter.

Complete one fiction book a month. This is where I struggle, but I will keep going until it is achieved. “When the going get tough, the tough get going.”

Complete one non-fiction book a month. I am interested in so many things, I don’t think I’ll have to struggle for a new title monthly.

Read four books a month. Two geared towards writing and two for my pleasure. Growing up I remember the RIF commercial and it always said, “Reading is fundamental.” It’s still true.

Work on my Polish. Husband says moving to Poland is not off the table. After being together seven years, I probably know ten words. I know when he tells me to hush. Not happening.

Back to exercising. When I left my position of 11 years, I had won the Biggest Loser contest we were having. I basically went from 185 to 152 lbs. After a year home, I went up to 182. Although I haven’t worked out like I once did, I’ve been able to get to 158. Now it’s time to tighten up and define.

Despite the fact my social media isn’t listed, I still would like an increase of 10%. Have to keep on growing.

Until next time…



Yoga for Energy Now Available

Available now is my ninth book in the Mojo’s Yoga Series.

Inside this book you will discover active poses that will stimulate the blood flow throughout your body. They can help fight off fatigue and strengthen those feelings of strength and energy. These are many of the effects from sitting most of the day.




Second Quarter Goals (May Update)

I see people buying graduation decorations and then it finally hit me that it’s that time of year again. My youngest graduated two years ago, so keeping track of when school is out has escaped me. I will say though, this school year has gone by quickly. That translates to it’s almost time for our trip this year. I can’t wait!

Cooking for the Orishas, the tenth book in Mojo’s Wiccan Series, is now available for pre-order. With that now completed, I will begin my focus on this year’s Junowrimo



With my days seeming to blur, I have been working hard to keep up with the goals I have set for this quarter.

Write 15000 words a week.
I’m at roughly 2500 words a day. I’m hoping to one day get to 5000 a day. One day.

Complete one 25000 novella every six week.
This has been difficult. The only time I’ve been able to totally focus on one is when I have a day off and it’s a day my husband works. Lately it’s been one day a week instead of the three I got spoiled with. I am 50% through, but it should have been done two weeks ago. That’s what happens when life pops up.

Complete one nonfiction a month
This has always been an easy one. I have more to work on other writing once It’s complete.

3000 Facebook Likes
2487 right now. Still a month to go. I’ve got to push on this one.

2500 Twitter followers
Since I hit my goal of 1500, I decided to add 1000 more for the last two months. At 2264 right now. This is going to be a close one.

200 YouTube subscribers
190 at the present time. Slowly, but surely.

500 Instagram followers
439 and climbing. Starting to get the hang of it.

Purge old clothes
I was doing so well with this and then we had a sale on t-shirts. My weakness. Like I said, I love t-shirts! As I told my husband, I’m preparing for our trip.

Purge old files
I started this and what happened? Hard drive stopped working. Started to get hot. Neither my son or I was able to access it. Instant paperweight. Some things I was about to find since I didn’t finish deleted the duplicates, but some, gone forever. Next thing is to back up my music. Almost 70 gigs of music I would really hate to lose.

Organize pictures.
Divided them by children and grands. My husband just gave me some that were in in mom’s possession of when he was little growing up in Poland. He was so adorable. Scratch that, he still is!

Planning vacation
Itinerary completed. Now, who’s going to take care of our four cats and two dogs? I really think we should board them this time around. My children work many hours and doesn’t seem right to ask them. Besides, if Sammy has his way, he’d eat all day.

Until my next post…


Editing Your Writing


One of the benefits of hiring an editor is in the reality that they are looking at your work with new eyes. You can mimic this with these few steps:


Let it sit for a few hours or a couple days before returning to it.

To be candid, a few hours in all probability isn’t going to be enough time for your eyes to be reviewing it with a renewed outlook, but for sure, a couple of days can create a enormous difference.


Hearing the rhythm of the words will allow your ears to find errors that your eyes may miss


Editing on paper is easier than editing on a screen. Errors will jump out at you much more, and your eyes won’t be tempted to skim the page as quickly as they will on the screen.

If you must edit on the screen, change the font and size. It will be able to help you catch any glaring errors.


This is an effective way to check for typos—if you read backwards, from the end to the beginning, reading one word at a time, you’ll look closely at each word individually. You’re more easily able to catch misspelled words this way.


Write your entire article out in full. Then reread it and fill in any gaps or holes that you see, and polish up awkward sentences. Then read it at least one more time for a final proofread and grammar check.