Most of us have learned to give ourselves and our energy away to others – to family, employers, and friends. We feel drained, exhausted and stressed. But we didn’t start out that way. Our behavior is something we were taught. The refreshing news is that what we learned can be unlearned. We can begin to interact with others in a way that’s fun and enjoyable again. That’s what “Vampires Suck But You Don’t Have To” is all about. It’s about understanding how to refocus our lives. It’s about taking back the freedom we lost and loving who we are.
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Years ago, when I began to write, I was my own worst critic. I wanted to give up. But I underestimated my inner muse. It kept encouraging me. Finally, on a warm, Sunday afternoon, I gave in to its promptings and decided to just have fun. That decision was the key. The stories flooded out. I guess they were just waiting for me to give myself permission to enjoy the process of writing. And I did. I couldn’t write fast enough. I had to go from paper and pen to the computer. I wrote seven days a week. I also started taking long walks, exercising, dancing and generally revising my life style. Within a little over a year, I’d finished the rough drafts of six books. More importantly, I was happy. Now, I’m still passionate about writing, but I also love to share my stories with my readers.