Archive for 'inspiration'

“Be kind to yourself”

A little something for Feelgood Friday.

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“A wish for the week ahead”

Lovely.

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“The ABCs of Life”

Ooh, I love this beautiful graphic.

Graphic: the ABCs of life

via Lee Aroaoz on Twitter: “The ABCs of Life: 26 Ways to Live Your Life More Deeply”

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“Monday motivation”

Yes, I AM a magnificent sunflower. Or potato. Graphic: "Monday motivation"

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“Yours is the light . . .”

Thinking of this beautiful quote as I write today.Graphic: "Yours is the light" by E.E. Cummings

My hero has absolutely no idea that soon he’ll be feeling this way about my heroine . . .

 

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Ooh la la!

In the next chapter I’m going to write, my heroine will be wearing a gown rather like this one . . . as she swans about a luxurious gaming hell in Regency-era London. I can hardly wait to write it. :)

Photo: 1830s evening gown

via @whatgrandmawore on Twitter

It’s the sixth book in my Penhallow Dynasty series, by the way. Would you like to save it on Goodreads? Click here.

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“I open every door”

A bit of inspiration as we begin our week.

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“Types of self-care” redux

Seems like a very good time to re-up this . . .

Graphic: "Types of Self-care," from the Pub-Craft Team, shared via LisaBerne.com

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“Fight like a girl”

#MondayMood

Art: Fight Like a Girl by Risa Rodil, shared via LisaBerne.com

Artist: Risa Rodil. Shared via Bookstr on Twitter

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“One of the most exciting new historical writers”

If you’ve been hanging out with me for any length of time, you know that I’m a huge Julia Quinn fan, and that her books have been a major, major inspiration to me. So you can imagine how I felt when she posted this on her Facebook page yesterday:

Photo: "Lisa Berne is one of the most exciting new historical writers in a long time," says Julia Quinn, shared by LisaBerne.com

Yep! Incredibly happy, honored, proud, and grateful.

For more about my just-released Engaged to the Earl, click here to go to the Avon Books/HarperCollins website.

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