Love On Purpose

March 10, 2014

“One day, I’d like to know something for absolutely certain.” The sixteen year old me in Elephant Girl, the one that craved a clear path and something solid to hold onto, still exists. One day, I’d like to find a person that I can absolutely believe in—someone who’s strong, loyal and certain in their intentions. […]

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What It’s About: Anne Rice’s Petition to Amazon

March 7, 2014

Anne Rice has been in the news lately for more than her novels. The legendary author, who has sold over 100 million books to date, is backing a petition which aims to get Amazon to recognize and do something about a small, but particularly spiteful anti-author hate group that has taken root in their community […]

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Hunger Like Love Now Available on Amazon

March 6, 2014

It’s been quite the journey, but Hunger Like Love is now available on Amazon.  If you don’t own a Kindle, you can still read it — just use one of the many free apps that Amazon provides for PC’s, Macs. iPads, other tablets and phones. What’s it about? Glad you asked. Here’s the synopsis: Two […]

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Sneak Peek: The Song in the Novel

March 2, 2014

Music Video, Hunger Like Love, a novel by Jane Devin

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The Argument Goes Something Like This

January 21, 2013

Whether the matter is social, political, or interpersonal, many arguments between fair-minded rational people and their meaner irrational counterparts goes something like this: Person A says something outrageous and/or patently false, such as “bullying is a problem made up by bleeding hearts to weaken our kids.” Person B rebuts their statement with sound logic and/or […]

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My Love Is Hard To Bear

January 12, 2013

Years ago, when I was a teenager, I volunteered in a retirement home. One day, a family came in to visit a loved one and they had a three-year-old foster child with them. She was a very big girl for her age and she looked sad. I gravitated toward her, wanting to cheer her up. […]

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