16 Responses to “She’s Baaaack …”


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  1. You’re a fighter. This will pass and you’ll be rocking out some great books soon. Glad to see you blogging. :)
    Marie Rose and I will take a road trip when you get that house done…we’ll bring Lyn too. :)

  2. Welcome back, Nina. Glad you and the hubby are set now. Can’t wait to hear more about the new house. Hope you’re back at writing some new steam.

    • Susan – I think when we’re actually in the new house and we can unpack once and for all … things will be soooo much better.

  3. You’re a trooper. I’m glad you can see a light at the end of the tunnel and that it’s not a bus. :)

    Stay strong and don’t forget to visit us in Maine from time to time. I’m not too far away from your family, you know.


    • Yeeeeah, notice I didn’t identify the light, I’m hoping it’s not a bus! LOL! And every spring if everything comes together juuuuust right, I’ll be in Maine for the writer’s retreat. It’s the only thing that’s a definite on my writer schedule.

  4. Good luck, Nina! Vermont is my favorite place in the world…it is magical. You will find much inspiration there.

    Best of luck with everything!

    • Thanks, Penny! So I hear about Vermont and the inspiration. I haven’t had time to enjoy the scenery enough to flow into yet. But I expect it will come with the spring warm weather!

  5. Katalina Leon

    I hope some peace and your best writing lie ahead.

  6. You’ve always come across as a strong person, Nina. You are weathering this storm beautifully and will soon be back writing and smiling and loving your life. Prayers and hugs.

    • Cris – Thanks for saying that. It means a lot. (And I can use all the prayers and hugs I can gather … thanks for those too!)

  7. Hey Nina,

    I know of what you speak. I just wish you were closer, but Vermont is beautiful. So glad you are going to be settled and in your new home soon. It’s funny how the insanity of life can cause our muse to cover her ears and eyes and hum a happy tune to herself, while she retreats into her happy place.

    It takes a lot of coaxing to get that fickle bi.. er girl out of hiding and back to helping. With all the changes I have been through, mine seems to have joined yours for a nice tropical vacation and finally returned with her. It’s nice to have them whispering lovely ideas in your ear again.

    If you need any brainstorming sessions, just yell. I am just a Skype session away and I could use one or two sessions myself. Take care. May have many books this year.

    • Donna -LOL! I think my muse was beyond covering her ears and actually left the country! Those foolish girls of ours were probably partying together!

      And I will definitely take you up on the Skype offer of some brainstorming. YOu may regret making that offer!

  8. Rosanna Leo

    We are thrilled to have you back, Nina. I wish you and Mr Nina (love it) the very best!