Author Archive | Christina Tarabochia

When a Flower is NOT Just a Flower

Yesterday, after the weekly grocery shopping marathon, I found out uncomfortable financial news. A certain part of our monthly funds would be not coming in for all of January, and only a partial amount would come in February. It wasn’t due to us being irresponsible with money–just one of those things with funds making their […]

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Are You a Good Fit for a Fitbit?

I have found the best Christmas present out there. It’s reasonably priced, versatile, durable, easy to use, and super cool … The Fitbit. And it finally solved the mystery of what those little pockets inside the pockets on jeans are for. Fitbit clipped in tiny jean pocket   Yes, it may be too late for […]

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On the Threshold releases!

May 2013 (Issue #14) Time for the age-old question: What should you get your mother for Mother’s Day? It doesn’t matter if you like her or not, we have the perfect answer for you— On the Threshold, which released YESTERDAY, May 1st! Yes, it’s been fourteen years since we came up with the idea of […]

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My Father, My Hero

An article came out on Novel Crossings today. A few authors were asked to share their memories of their dads. More specifically, what had their dads taught them? I got to share my awesome dad with the world. Here’s the piece–scroll down most of the way to see mine. Want to see the dress I […]

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When the Heart Heals

Summer’s coming, folks, which means hours of lolling around reading good books, right? Ahem. Maybe it’s more like grabbing ten minutes of quiet time in the bathroom to sneak in a few pages, but either way, I thought it was time to recommend some new books. First up, Ann Shorey‘s When the Heart Heals. Back […]

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