I've got a new short story, Allie's Roses. Blending the paranormal with one little girl's summer in the Deep South of the 60's, its POV also shares glimpses of an autistic girl's rich inner world. You can read it here, on my Short Story pages: https://wp.me/P87h0A-7p
Welcome to the work of Guest Author C.L. Roman! Today she's sharing an article about her experience with the Tarot. (Please note! I've corrected the link below to Cheri's blog, and here it is again in case you missed it when you read her article! https://thebrassragcnr.wordpress.com/ ) A New Path By C.L. Roman I was sixteen … Continue reading A New Path
These books offer a wonderful introduction to Buddhism, especially for young folks. They present classic Lamrim meditations – the path to Enlightenment – in modern Western terms. The cheerful illustrations give examples of how to put the lessons into practice, in our everyday lives.
Please visit Amazon to have a look inside, or purchase a copy for a loved one – yourself, maybe!
Wishing blissfully happy holidays to everyone!
catching up on social media this weekend… here’s a short update from lotus dance press, my publishing company 🙂 hope everyone is well!
Wow, it’s been over two years since I posted on this site… sheesh.
2018 has been about building.
I’ve made a few posts on my personal site, www.lesleehare.net, but have mostly been focused on writing and becoming part of the community here in Pine Lake, Georgia. It’s quite lovely here.
She talked a bit about the value of brand and platform to some writers, but when I read that she thinks a fiction writer should focus on their craft, my heart swelled with relief! I was wondering how I was ever going do it all.
Crafting my writing? That’s something I can manage to build on, for sure.
On the publishing side, it was a thrill to get 21 Steps To Happiness
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A few weeks ago, immersed mid-draft in a new novel, in the back of my mind (there’s always something going on in the back of my mind) I wondered why I was writing. The above of my mind (which is pretty reticent these days) responded. “You write to prove you’ve lived.” I didn’t care for … Continue reading why i write
Here's the cover I put together for the NaNoWriMo novel I'm working on! I posted this synopsis on my NaNoWriMo page: A young non-neuro-typical DNA research scientist pits her intuition and free-time obsessions against a strict research lab culture to prove that not all humans are really all-human… With a little help from her off-world … Continue reading sophia’s flyin’!
Do I look Autistic? I know, maybe that's in poor taste. Do I look Southern? Or chronically ill? When we pass someone on the street, or reconnect with an old friend, how can we know what they're going through, if they don't tell us? Most of us know we need to tell people when there's … Continue reading 56 & spectrum
A simple coloring book that teaches about Enlightenment in a fun way that fits into Western culture? Sure thing! The Steps to Happiness COLORING BOOK brings you just that, and it's now available on Amazon. In 2003 I needed teaching materials for a kids’ Dharma class I was teaching in Atlanta on Sunday mornings. I was also … Continue reading joyful color
...and we're live! In fact, we're so live, we'll be in the Authors' Booth at Pine LakeFest this year. If you're in the Atlanta area, please drop by, say hi to Leslee, and check out the books! 21 Steps to Happiness is now available on Amazon (and in expanded distribution channels)! The series includes 21 … Continue reading 21 steps