Thinker. Dreamer. Doer. Writer.

Maybe not exactly in that particular order.  But, true nonetheless.

You’ll journey with me as I explore alternative medicine.  Dive into the esoteric arts of healing with hands, light and love.  I want to explore all aspects of wellness and have you all as my ride-alongs.  We’ll have great fun!  You’ll see.

Why do I care?  In May 2017, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune blistering disease.  I was devastated.  While it is not life-threatening, it has it’s scary intensely itchy moments.

Since my diagnosis, I am eating cleaner than I have in a long time.  (I used to be a vegan many, many moons ago.)  And, water has become my friend again.  I am diving headlong into topics that I thought were ‘too green-and-leafy’ for regular folks.


Regular is over-rated.  I’m going on the wild healthy, funky creative side of this journey through life.  Won’t you join me?  I’ll do my best to blog on Sundays, Tuesdays  Wednesdays, & Fridays.  [Update: Tried the Tuesday post thing; didn’t work for me! And besides, Wednesday is Wellness Wednesday. :-)]

Moving forward, every post on a Friday will be a Weekend Inspiration piece.  These articles will feature people that I find inspirational, an image that moved me deeply, or something that captured and held my heart.  This column is also open to guests bloggers, and writers!  So, if you’d like to be featured on this blog for something that inspired you, please leave a comment below.


And now, for my writer side.  In addition to the health, wellness and spirituality side of me, I am also a horror writer.  (Yeah, I know.)  And, I have a ton of reading interests as the list of my favorite authors below show.  If you want to read more about my writer side, please visit my author page: http://rochelleauthor.com/.

Bet you’d like to know who my favorite authors are, and from which genre they hail.  Got ya covered!

Literary/Classical – Ernest Hemingway, Anthony Doerr, Jane Austen, Aldous Huxley, Mark Twain, Bram Stoker, Charlotte Bronte, Edgar Allan Poe, Alexander Dumas, Jules Verne

Commercial Fiction: Zadie Smith, Sheri Holman, Valerie Martin, Deborah Harkness, JD Robb

Indie: C.J. Archer & T.S. Joyce (Both write paranormal romances!) Then, there’s: CK Dawn, Lori Brighton,

SciFi/Fantasy: Jacqueline Licthtenberg, Issac Asimov, Jean Lorrah, Ray Bradbury

Historic Fiction: Harriet Beecher Stowe

Christian Fiction (Romance): Faith Simone

Self-Help/Inspirational: Pam Grout, Wayne Dyer, Shakti GawainDeepak Chopra

Travel: Margi Miklas

Romance: Danielle Bourdon, Sahara Kelly, Kate Rothwell

Need I go on?

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  1. Well after our conversation on Twitter the other night, I figured I’d better get my A _ _ over here and check out “the happenings” on your blog! LOL. And Thank You for visiting my book promo blog and following. had been following you for a while, but to shy to comment. I’m not an Indie Author per say. But coming here to visit often? I just might meet some great reads by a few 🙂

    Your having to much fun with your challenges! I’ll send friends over your way 🙂

    Happy TGIF!
    Author, Catherine Lyon XO

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  2. Hi Catherine,
    Just added your Twitter profile too my Book Promotions list! Thanks for reaching out today! Love the theme of peace and light for the planet! While my book, Fury From Hell, does not initially seem to be of the same theme; it actually is. It is good vs. evil, of course!, and the main character — Detective Jennifer Holden — has to learn how to trust in something greater than herself and material things. Ultimately, it is uplifting.
    I look forward to our continued interactions!


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