Anna has a new adventure!

In November – through travel and sickness and other distractions – I persevered through NaNoWriMo and completed the first draft for the next Animal Justice Club Mystery. Here’s a hint: Now onto editing! Happy New Year!

Goal Setting

In the past goals have kinda been how Jack Sparrow described the Pirate Code – more like guidelines. You know what I mean. A suggestion; a guidepost; an option. I understand now that for most of my life I’ve navigated goals and goal setting from a lack of realizing my own personality and how childhood …

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Thanks to All!

Thanks To Everyone! Wow! I’m so grateful over 900 people signed up to win an e-copy of my book Anna Wells and the Mystery of the Dusty Duchess! Congratulations to the winners! I truly hope you enjoy the story. For those who didn’t win I hope you still want to read about how Dusty became …

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  In 2010 I was just beginning to experience sciatic nerve pain that, by September, ended in emergency surgery. I wrote a lot during this season as I was mostly bedridden. And I had all but given up riding or teaching horseback riding. It was all I could do to look after the horses on …

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Why Did I Fictionalize the towns on North Vancouver Island

North Vancouver Island – and I’m talking about the REAL North Vancouver Island – 200 kilometres north of Campbell River, is breathtakingly beautiful. There are small isolated communities; island communities; and larger centres such as Port Hardy and Port McNeill. So why did I fictionalize the communities of North Vancouver Island in my novel Anna Wells …

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Fit To Be Tied

I wrote this story in 2007 – very early in my writing career. I’m sharing it without editing it – Scary! Horses are heart animals – intuitive compassionate healers. I hope you enjoy this short story. Terry Ruth Fit To Be Tied 02/15/07 Terry Ruth Eissfeldt Riding down the long stretch of white sand astride …

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