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Latest News: “The Piano’s Key” book two in my Fairy Godmother Diaries is available at your favorite retailers.

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The Piano’s Key: Book Two of The Fairy Godmother Diaries

Against all odds, Evie Songbottom and Joanna Brennan defeated the Bane Zeke Dunne and the Ramrocks. As a bonus, Evie earned her Level 4 Fairy Godparent stripes. But now, they face new challenges. While Joanna becomes a guide to her own students, Evie leaves New York and her love, Daniel, to continue her training in the Fairy Lands.

After Daniel is attacked and left for dead, Evie returns to New York to find that he has no memory of her or of their lives together. She vows to protect him while he embarks on a new life without her.

Foes, old and new, surround Evie as she tries to help Daniel and guide her new charge to his destiny. When a terrifying new danger threatens the world, bonds are destroyed, alliances are forged, and good and evil clash in an explosive battle that will decide the fate of both worlds.

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The Fiddler’s Talisman: Book One of The Fairy Godmother Diaries

New York City is only a hop, skip, and Ley Line jump away from the Fairy Lands. And if anyone can make it there, it’s Fairy Godmother, Evie Songbottom.

Evie isn’t your childhood Fairy Godmother. She prefers whiskey to glitter, movies to wishes, and music to just about anything.

But she’ll need more than a bottle of Jameson and a bad attitude to guide her Charge, violin prodigy, Joanna Brennan. Born of fairy ancestors, Joanna caught her boyfriend cheating with her Juilliard roommate. Now, her magic-tinged sorrow is flooding New York with disaster.

Evie will have to navigate the treacherous landscape of Joanna’s wounded soul, and her own forbidden new love, before Joanna’s grief rips apart the fabric of all the worlds.

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Today’s Tarot: Guidance for Daily Life

Get a jump-start on your day with this interactive ebook. Choose a new card every day from the four random selection sets.

See my interpretation of that card and how it applies to your life. Receive your Call to Action for a more productive, peaceful, and joyful day.
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Life Elements: Transform Your Life With Earth, Air, Fire, and Water

Forge your path to a fulfilling, bountiful, joyful life. Many of us are seeking a different way to live – one that is peaceful, mindful, open, and active. In our search, we combine ancient and modern traditions. We merge cutting edge technology with yoga or Tai Chi. We employ ancient meditation techniques and elemental energies and reinterpret them. We move forward; we decide our path, and here we access the source for a peaceful, joyful, and productive life.

The Life Elements System presents a practical, hands-on method to change our lives. Part guidebook, part assessment tool, “Life Elements” calls us to action to transform our lives. Take the Elemental Designation Assessment Test to discover your governing Element and learn your next steps to transforming your life elementally.

Your bonus for visiting this page: The latest meditations from my first book, “Life Elements” are now up on youtube.

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Beloved to Hamlet coverIn William Shakespeare’s play, “Hamlet,” the Lady Ophelia dies a tragic death. But, what would have happened if she had lived? How might things have turned out differently? What was her life like outside of the scope of Hamlet’s tragedy? See the world at Elsinore Castle through Ophelia’s eyes as she attempts to survive and to change history. Seamlessly interwoven with the original play, this story traces Ophelia if she had survived her fall into the river.

The first in a series of “If She Had Lived” stories, this story is easily accessible to everyone and especially those who love Shakespeare.

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Tai Chi article image How to practice Tai Chi with your child in “Frederick’s Child” magazine.

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