Author Archives: Whole Life Yoga

Seven Tips for a Successful Cover Reveal Contest

Hi all!  Today’s my blogging day at InkSpot, the blog for the authors of Midnight Ink.  I’m dedicating this month’s article to helping my fellow authors learn how to host a successful cover reveal contest.  Check it out!  We’ll be back to yoga … Continue reading

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The Gift of Self-Doubt

This week’s blog entry was written by guest author Shelley Curtis. Shelley is a graduate of Whole Life Yoga’s 500-hour yoga teacher training program and a teacher at Whole Life Yoga. She  can be contacted at sac68@earthlink.net. My confidence is easily shaken. This … Continue reading

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It’s a Cover Reveal Contest!

I’m so excited about the cover of my next book, Karma’s a Killer, that I’ve decided to share the fun with a cover reveal contest!  Here’s how it works: Each day Monday through Friday of this week, I’ll post an … Continue reading

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Memories of Malice

As many of you know, I was nominated for the Agatha award for Best First Novel this year, and the convention and awards ceremony was held in Bethesda, Maryland this weekend.  I didn’t win, but I had a blast!  In case … Continue reading

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Making the Most of Your Minute

Today is my weekly posting for Inkspot, the blog for authors of Midnight Ink.  I hope the visualization practice I share in this article will help my writer friends–as well as my students–to be more comfortable when they have to … Continue reading

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Ancient Teachings and Dandelion Seeds

I wrote this blog article on New Year’s Day, but I couldn’t post it then because of my imminent book launch. Now, as we enter into spring—the season of dandelions—it feels perfect. I hope you enjoy it. I taught a … Continue reading

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Finding Hope

“And as far as false hope, there is no such thing. There is only hope or the absence of hope—nothing else.” –Patti Davis It’s been a tough year for me thus far. A year filled with challenges, some of which … Continue reading

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Fifty Ways to Love Your Favorite Author

Until I started writing, I had no idea how important reader support is, nor did I know the many simple ways readers can help.  In honor of Valentine’s Day, I decided to post an idea every day the month of … Continue reading

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Feeling Clarity

“Ignorance is bliss. Until it isn’t.”—Kate Davidson in A Killer Retreat. Today is my weekly posting for Inkspot, the blog for authors of Midnight Ink.  I’m blogging about fear, uncertainty, and the yoga teachings on finding clarity.  Check it out! http://midnightwriters.blogspot.com/2015/03/finding-clarity.html … Continue reading

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Embracing Distraction in Corpse Pose: Answer to a Student Question

A Whole Life Yoga student asks: “How can I tune out snoring and other noises in Savasana (Corpse Pose)?” This is an excellent question, and it brings me back to the true purpose of Corpse Pose. Corpse Pose isn’t a … Continue reading

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