Category Archives: Joselyn Vaughn

How about a shout out?

Each of my books probably would require its own celebrity endorser. Each one has a different hobby or group that would be an interested audience. For Sucker for a Hot Rod, If I could get a shout out from David … Continue reading

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Anne Spelled with an E

When I was in elementary school, one of my favorite series was Anne of Avonlea. I read the series several times and identified with Anne having older parents or guardians. My parents were 45 and 58 when I was born, … Continue reading

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Hanging out on the Hamster Wheel

Finding ways to relax isn’t hard, finding the time to do them is trickier. I would love to sit and read a book with a cup of hot chocolate in front of the fireplace. Unfortunately, any combination of two of … Continue reading

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The Gift of Wishes

When my sister says ‘I have an idea for you’, I get a little worried. I tend to be an executor where she is a dreamer. So as soon as I hear those words, my brain starts to chug through … Continue reading

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Say Yes to the Mini Retreat

Writing tends to be a lonely business, and I find I work best in those circumstances. I don’t mind being by myself, although I’m not always at my most productive when I am home alone in front of my computer. … Continue reading

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Thankful for the flu!

My son had an allergist appointment about two weeks ago, and his doctor said that cold and flu season was about two weeks away. It arrived about four days early in our house. My daughter has the cough and stuffy … Continue reading

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Something’s not quite right…

I am fascinated by distopian worlds. The events that have created them and how society and community have worked themselves into something that kind of works. Since it’s distopian something isn’t right with the world the author created and the … Continue reading

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