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New Year, New Website, New . . .

Update from Jilaine Tarisa: progress on the sequel to A Moment of Time!

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Ponder on this

My poem “I’m Not Listening” was written in the context of personal relationships. (The poem appears at the end of Part Five of A Moment of Time; Caitlin has left a relationship with a man whose dark side surfaced after his

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Hallmarks of the Emerging New Paradigm: Cooperation

She appreciated his efforts to create a sense of community in a city where the desirability of competition went unquestioned. Chapter 71, A Moment of Time* Competition. How do you respond to the word? Do you envision a sporting event

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Do Thoughts Influence Reality?

That’s the question Paula Prentis asks herself after the fictional events she’s written about start showing up on the evening news. A successful screenwriter, Paula is suffering from writer’s block. She’s been asked to write a script about a woman

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Giveaway Winner

Thanks to everyone who entered the Goodreads Giveaway. A signed copy of A Moment of Time is on its way to the lucky winner! For everyone else~find A Moment of Time at your favorite bookstore or online retailer. (You can also ask

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Enter to win a signed copy of A Moment of Time on Goodreads

The summer solstice is an important event in A Moment of Time, so I’m giving away a signed copy to celebrate!  Enter between now and June 21st (2015) (US addresses only)  

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The Power of Possibility

Imagine a child growing up in an isolated and impoverished environment. Perhaps the people around her commit heinous acts in order to survive—or perhaps they choose to escape a hopeless existence and commit suicide. Options are limited; the future seems

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