turning the tables

It’s been a long time since I last wrote, but I haven’t been idle… I’ve been busy working on a book based on the journey I’ve taken since my divorce, as partly chronicled here on that precarious gait.   The book manuscript is nearly complete and I’ve secured an agent who will be assisting me with seeking a publisher, so things are very exciting.

But now I need your help!

In deciding which stories and thoughts to incorporate into the book, I relied heavily on previous feedback from my readers here, both in comments and in private messages.  Now I’d like to solicit your advice directly and I sincerely hope that you’ll take a moment to think about it and respond…

So here goes:

If there are particular posts or ideas that I’ve written about that you found particularly helpful or insightful or reassuring, please let me know, either in the comments below, via email directly to thatprecariousgait AT yahoo.com, or on my Facebook page at “that precarious gait.”

Thank you in advance for your help and for every word of mine that you’ve taken the time to read.

And I’ll be back, writing here again, very, very soon!






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6 responses to “turning the tables

  1. lisa

    “to love deeply, we must risk greatly” … thank you, and best wishes!!

  2. theresasvillage@yahoo.com

    The heart knows what it wants was comforting and common sense, especially in this world of “supposed to’s.” By far my favorite article.

  3. For me it isn’t post that stick out so much as the story of struggle and moving forward. Dating, family and work all tied together in an effort to carve out a life that reinforced that you were okay, strong and confirming you did the right thing for you.

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