January 31, 2016

Excerpt from Chapter 14 – Redirecting Focus

Uncategorized | January 31, 2016

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Excerpt from Chapter 23

Uncategorized | January 24, 2016

http://takillakkta.org/malinovskiy/melenyk/3451 How does one cope when their lover has gone… the handsome man who could nearly make me swoon with a nibble on the back of my neck! Tony was now a frail shell of the knight on snorting steed who’d swept me off my feet. I consistently encouraged his now fragile self-esteem; I praised his […]

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Excerpt from chapter 12

Uncategorized | January 17, 2016

http://brightlightsdiscipleship.com/pilylkin/2891 One year at the International Customs screening, we became separated. Tony passed through ahead of me and disappeared around a partition. I didn’t pass the inspection though; there was a bottle of wine in my carry-on bag. “You can’t take this through,” said the officer. “I’m going to want this at the other end” I […]

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Just so you know…

Uncategorized | January 10, 2016

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