Category Archives: Amber Foxx

Lessons from a Bad Neighbor

He’s long gone. In fact, I wrote the first draft of this post back in September and just now rediscovered it in my files. Some of these lessons I learned from enduring a bad neighbor for six weeks were things … Continue reading

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New Year- New Insights

Several of the Ladies of Mystery have some info about how they begin a new year or resolutions they make. I don’t make New Year’s resolutions. When I discover the need for change, I do it, no matter what time … Continue reading

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Asking an Expert

I wish the author had asked me some questions. Asked someone with expertise in exercise science. The plot of a book that shall remain nameless depended on a near-impossible event having to do with exercise physiology. While this diminished my … Continue reading

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What we are Thankful for.

Several of the Ladies of Mystery authors sent paragraphs about what they are thankful for to be put on this 5th Thursday of the month post. ~Marilyn Meredith~ My family is at the top of the list. I have so … Continue reading

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Writing as a Gratitude Practice

  Every day is a story. We usually wake up in the world of our status quo from the day before and set goals, and then challenges show up on the way to those goals. We face them, and whether … Continue reading

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Undermind at Work

That’s not a typo. I have not been undermined at work. I’m rereading Guy Claxton’s Hare Brain Tortoise Mind, and he refers to the slow processes of creativity and insight as the undermind—the part of the brain that’s working beneath … Continue reading

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Book Club Discussion Questions

  I recently created a set of reading group discussion questions for the first book in my series, The Calling. An unconventional mystery with a coming of age element, set in rural Northeastern North Carolina, I’ve always thought it had … Continue reading

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