The Hit List – On being immortal

The Hit List – On being immortal

I was interviewed by Joanna DeVoe (love her!) this week when she asked me this question (paraphrased): “If you were bit by a vampire and had to choose between dying or becoming a vampire and living forever without having to bite anyone else, which would you choose?”...
The Hit List – That’s my best friend

The Hit List – That’s my best friend

Last week, I was feeling pissy about some transgression. So I did what I always do: bitch to my husband and then call my bestie Simone for advice. We’ve been friends for over thirty years so no one, other than my husband and kids, knows me better. Soon we were...
The Hit List – Feelings are healing

The Hit List – Feelings are healing

The other week, I was feeling blue. Was it the planets? Maybe. Or perhaps it was the state of the world. After all, the news has been pretty tense these days. I really couldn’t pinpoint what was “wrong.” But then again: sometimes there is no reason at all. Life...
The Hit List – Labor every day

The Hit List – Labor every day

This weekend is a long one, thanks to the Labor Day holiday. The first one in the US was celebrated on September 5th, 1882 in New York City when workers marched through Manhattan to honor their achievements. The labor movement had been growing for some time and this...
The Hit List – Elders and mentors

The Hit List – Elders and mentors

This weekend is a rough one for me. It marks sixteen years since my mother passed away. Also, Sunday would have been my father’s birthday. If he were still alive, he’d be 107 years old. Although much time has gone by, it seems like only a day ago we were talking at...
The Hit List – The grand unfollow

The Hit List – The grand unfollow

I’ve spoken about the Instagram impersonation accounts many times. Yet, they persist. When I was on my book tour, a number of them appeared, which meant I was now stuck wasting precious time filing reports and whatnot. I have better uses for my time, trust me. A few...

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