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Headache: Gone With The Bath Oil

I have some excellent news to share.  My headache is gone.  It was getting worse and worse, I could barely open my eyes earlier.  But my husband came home and scrubbed out the tub for me.  I hate bathing unless the tub is cleaned right before, I also have to shower before so I don’t sit in my own scum, eew.  I used this stuff called, Stress and Tension by Village Naturals Therapy.  It is a foaming bath oil containing:  juniper, orange and menthol. It smells pretty funky but, it cleared out my sinuses very quickly and snuffed out the headache quick.  I thought I’d pass it along because it helped me and if it helps you that’s even better, in my book. 

I also need to update everyone on Prue’s discovery and pass it along because it is very helpful.  She talks about tracking what each of her characters know.  Here’s her link to that post:


Alright, I’m going back to taking notes.  Oh, and as you can see I moved a couple of things around, added a new word count meter because I realized I needed a whole lotta stuff the happen before “DTD”,  like the whole shattering of dimensions, first fall out and all of that goodness.

Back to disecting series’.

Wow, just learned a whole bunch that has saved me a ton of heartache.  I watched all of the “How To Write A Series” first week course.  I found out that I need to write a stand-alone novel that hints at the broad themes and problems the series I want to create will handle.  This is not a bad thing in the least.  This piece of information made me re-think my first novel completely.  I can have everything building in the background while the characters are dealing with the fallout that needs to occur before the big whammy falls into place in the following novels.  It make sense.  In today’s world, . . . Continue reading

Alright, second entry coming your way.  This is going to outline what I plan for the blog. 

 I’m using it as a,  “get my butt in gear”, cattle prod and inviting everyone to come along for the ride.   First things first, I will be writing a novel.  It has many sides to it that will require blending including scientific theory (sci-fi), paranormal, high fantasy, and romance.  As my friend, Daniel, said, “It’s a geeky fantasy.”   That’s the goal here.  Continue reading