Tag Archives: Embracing Life

Tending the Marsh

Introducing Guest Author and Poet: Linda Marie Steele The first poem I read of Linda Marie Steel’s was ‘baby birds’, that she submitted for an anthology I was publishing – In Celebration of Mothers. Her poem spoke of the birds … Continue reading

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My Embracing 60 Yearlong Birthday Celebration

The magical age of sixty is fast approaching. Too fast for my liking. I’ve heard the horn blasts as it speeds down the tracks towards me long before I even hit birthday #59. And since #59 has come and gone, … Continue reading

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Embracing Life Tribe Facebook Group

Hello all! Thank you for following the Embracing Life Tribe blog. I appreciate each and every one of you. To create a community where we can have more interaction, rather than me just occasionally posting a blog, I’ve created an … Continue reading

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Romance Author Embraces Life & Living

Daily, romance author Iris Blobel embraces love and happily-ever-after endings. This past year she had a major health challenge with cancer that many of us cannot imagine. After many difficult days (read weeks and months), she came through the roughest … Continue reading

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Embracing Every Version of Myself

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Carmen Welsh on Defending My Genre

This is a writer’s story. During her MFA schooling, Carmen Welsh had an experience where she had to defend her genre. It was an unusual one, a furry genre. Other writers and advisers didn’t totally understand. They wanted to change … Continue reading

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Embracing My Inner Wild Child

The coolest people I’ve ever met have the most colorful pasts. They’ve lived lives of risk, made bad choices, learned lessons, explored, and they’re not afraid of being real. Tattered tapestries woven of similar threads, they’re my kind of people … Continue reading

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