Real World Physical Fitness by Jaime Samms

Posted July 23, 2014 By Lissa Kasey

When Lissa approached me for this blog post, I really wasn’t sure what I was going to write.  My main sources of exercise for myself consist mainly of walking and tossing the bedclothes around looking for the remote after the writing day is done. Basically, I, myself, lead a the mostly sedentary life of a […]

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Death by Trainer by Lexi Ander

Posted July 16, 2014 By Lissa Kasey

Thank you, Lissa, for having me on the blog today to talk about physical health. For me, this would include my weekly Death by Trainer day. Let me explain. In March of this year, I joined a gym. Knowing myself and that I sometimes needed a little push, I went one step further, signing up […]

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Moving Forward by Leigh Ellwood

Posted July 14, 2014 By Lissa Kasey

Leigh Ellwood My name is Leigh, and I write. As such, the majority of my day is spent in front of a computer hoping it will help me pay the bills. Long hours with a laptop don’t necessarily equate to a fit lifestyle, unless one makes the effort to move around when possible. It’s why […]

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Diary of a Mad Exercise Fugitive by Erzabet Bishop

Posted July 11, 2014 By Lissa Kasey

Me and my exercise bike. It’s a love hate kind of thing. The behemoth sits in the corner of the bedroom  and gives me the stink eye  from underneath the pile of clothes heaped on its shoulders. Do I know I should be dusting it off and taking it for a proverbial ride around the […]

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When I was asked to do a post on physical wellness and what it means to me, I thought of two words. Diet. Exercise. *shudders* Those have to be the two dirtiest words I can think of. January 31st of this year, I decided my family and I were going to start eating healthier. I […]

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I’m in Love with Gay Romance, by guest Shira Anthony

Posted June 20, 2014 By Lissa Kasey

I’m in Love with Gay Romance, by Shira Anthony Every so often, there’s a big hullabaloo over women writing gay romance. I can count at least a dozen instances where I’ve sat back and just scratched my head over the horrible comments and insinuations. And it makes me so incredibly sad, because most of the […]

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Knowledge is Power by K-Lee

Posted May 30, 2014 By Lissa Kasey

Knowledge is power.   I’m no stranger to mental illness. I’ve had clinical depression (major depressive disorder) for almost twenty years. Add that to my borderline personality disorder, anxiety disorder and mild OCD, and you could call me a mixed bag of emotional dysfunction. And my therapist has referred to me in that way—but in […]

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Big Things Coming

Posted May 28, 2014 By Lissa Kasey

So this blog is going through some changes. I hope to have everything up and running smoothly soon. Just thought I’d drop in and update you all on upcoming novels and what’s happening here. In September this year the first of a new series will be released called Hidden Gem. Lovely story about genetic mutation, […]

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Depression is the Easy Answer

Posted May 22, 2014 By Lissa Kasey

Depression is the Easy Answer I remember in high school the only thing I liked to do was write and occasionally listen to heavy metal. I got good grades in school, was in concert choir, and worked full time at Fleet Farm (the man’s mall). My parents weren’t interested in my life. They never went […]

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Busy!

Posted October 17, 2013 By Lissa Kasey

Been working on a lot of pieces this year but having trouble finishing any of them. Still hoping to finish one LK title by the end of the year but it likely won’t be Sam’s novel. Sorry for all the Dominion fans who are waiting. Sam Kadence For those of you who don’t know, I’ve […]

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